S&P Capital IQ boosts equity teams in London and New York
S&P Capital IQ has hired 25-year industry veteran Roger Hirst as vice president and director of its European equity research department in London.
He has previously held leadership positions at Bear Stearns, Dresdner Bank and Schroder Securities.
The data provider’s London office has also added two analysts.
William Mack has returned to the firm as a consumer products analyst, after leaving in 2007 to work for Bank of Butterfield in the Cayman Islands.
Roderick Wallace joins as equity insurance analyst from his senior analyst position at Brown Vanneck Partners.
The New York office has also seen two new hires. Barbara Coffey and David Lewis have joined as software and consumer products equity analysts, respectively.
Lewis decamps from JPMorgan, while Coffey has previously held positions in Bank of America Securities, Deutsche Bank Securities and Merrill Lynch.