Apollo Global Management named Martin Kelly, Barclays Capital’s Americas chief financial officer (CFO), as its next CFO. Kelly will succeed Gene Donnelly, who has resigned to pursue other interests, no later than 1 October according to a statement issued by the private equity firm.
Apollo added that Donnelly will remain with the firm for a transition period until mid-August and will continue to the end of the year in his role of senior adviser.
Kelly worked in several roles at Lehman Brothers and Barclays between 2000 and 2012, including overseeing finance and controls of the equities, investment banking and fixed income businesses. In March 2009, he was appointed CFO of the Americas by Barclays Capital and in October 2011 appointed global head of financial control for Barclays’ corporate and investment bank. Previously he was with PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) for 13 years.
Belgian politicians have reached a consensus on CETA.
Today’s summit meeting between the EU & Canada to try to save the CETA free trade deal, after Belgium blocked it, has been scrapped after Canada's PM Trudeau cancelled his visit to Brussels.
CETA requires the support of all 28 EU nations before it can be approved.
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