Trading Places: Chrimes named COO of MIG Capital Europe

Paul Chrimes was named chief operating officer of MIG Capital (Europe), Ltd. Chrimes comes to the company from E-Trade Securities Ltd., where he most recently served as CEO. In his new role, he will oversee the finance, operations and compliance activities of MIG Bank’s London-based subsidiary.

Patrick Young is now a non-executive director on the board of Data City Exchange (dce). Young, who also sits on the board of Liquidnet Europe, previously was CEO of the Romanian SIBEX Exchange and the director of a private equity fund.

Michael Schulz joined Newedge as chief risk officer for the group’s U.K. office. Schulz previously served as group head of risk management at Renaissance Capital. He also held several senior risk management positions at companies including Lehman Brothers, Credit Suisse and Deutsche Bank.

Mandy Simpson, a former London Stock Exchange (LSE) executive, was appointed head of operations at the New Zealand Exchange (NZX). Prior to joining NZX, Simpsons worked in LSE’s regulatory news service department.

Richard Barnett was named global head of product at Liquidnet. Barnett most recently was global head of product management at Thomson Reuters. He previously spent 12 years at Bloomberg in a product management and market role.

William Neville was named president of Davis + Henderson USA (D+H). He has served on the company’s board of directors since 2009. Before joining D+H’s board, Neville was managing director and head of Citigroup’s North American Hedge Fund Servicing business and president of BISYS Alternative Investment Services.

Andrew Calamari was named director of the Securities and Exchange Commission’s (SEC) New York Regional Office. Calamari joined the agency in 2000, and has served as the office’s acting director since George Canellos was promoted to deputy director of the SEC’s Division of Enforcement earlier this year.

Futures industry veteran Mary McDonnell recently joined consulting group Simon Compliance as senior advisor and consultant. McDonnell has run her own consulting firm, McDonnell & Associates since leaving proprietary trading firm Geneva Trading in 2010, where she served as president and CEO for seven years. Simon is a full service consulting firm providing compliance for firms regulated by the SEC, FINRA and CFTC.

Pamela Dyson was named deputy chief information officer of the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). Dyson joined the agency in November 2010, and has worked as assistant director for enterprise operation and chief technology officer. In her new role, she will work to modernize and enhance the SEC’s information technology systems.

Young Park joined Davis + Henderson Corp. as executive vice president and chief information officer. She will also serve as a member of the D + H executive committee. Park comes to the company from CGI Group, where she handled business and IT strategy for Toronto clients as sector vice president for Property & Casualty.

 

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