Credit Suisse Euro. Capital Services Head Out

Jan 17 2013 | 6:00am ET

A top prime brokerage executive at Credit Suisse has left the bank for a hedge-fund start-up.

Megan Kenney, European head of capital services, left the firm in October, Financial News reports. She spent four years at the bank, following stints at Barclays Capital and Goldman Sachs.

Credit Suisse said her role has been filled by Bob Leonard and Dougal Brech, global head of capital services and head of European prime brokerage, respectively.

Credit Suisse is the largest prime broker in Europe.


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