(Adds BofA, Morgan Stanley, Visa and Southwest Securities)
Feb 22 (Reuters) - The following financial services industry appointment was announced on Monday. To inform us of other job changes, send an email to email@example.com.
The bank said on Monday it had hired several senior officials in India in recent months for its equities sales, trading and execution business to boost its presence in Asia’s third-largest economy. [ID:nSGE61L0A1]
Bank of America Corp (BAC.N)
Two former Merrill Lynch investment bankers, Sam Chapin and Todd Kaplan, will return to the firm as executive vice chairmen of global banking.
Chapin, who was previously vice chairman and member of the executive client coverage group at Merrill, will be based in New York. Kaplan, recently at Citadel Investment Group, will be based in Chicago. [ID:nN22181545]
Morgan Stanley (MS.N)
Morgan Stanley named Jeffrey Shames, a former chief executive and chairman of MFS Investment Management, its senior adviser to Morgan Stanley Investment Management (MSIM) and its global research division.
The firm also appointed Edmond Moriarty, former senior vice president at Merrill Lynch, chief operating officer of MSIM and its global research division. [ID:nN22185229]
Visa Inc (V.N)
Visa said it appointed Bill Gajda as the head of its mobile division. Gajda is currently the chief commercial officer of the GSM Association, a role he will continue to maintain.
Southwest Securities, FSB SWS.N
The Dallas, Fort Worth-based bank named Steve Dalri as senior vice president, Commercial Loan Officer at its Southlake center, effective immediately. Dalri was previously with Peoples Bank in Colleyville.
The investment fund manager named Jonathan Simmons as its UK Advisory Sales consultant for the North. Simmons was previously with Prudential Financial Inc (PRU.N). (Compiled by Abhiram Nandakumar in Bangalore)