by Baz Hiralal
Barclays plc's Martin Kelly will succeed Gene Donnelly as chief financial officer of Apollo Global Management LLC no later than Oct. 1. Donnelly will pursue other opportunities but agreed to continue as CFO until mid-August. He will remain as a senior adviser through year's end.
Most recently at Barclays, which is facing fallout from the Libor rigging scandal, Kelly was managing director, CFO of the Americas, and global head of financial control for the corporate and investment bank. Prior to joining Lehman Brothers Holdings Inc. in 2000, Kelly spent 13 years with PricewaterhouseCoopers, including in the financial services group in New York from 1994 to 2000. He was appointed a partner of PwC in 1999.
Donnelly joined Apollo in 2010 following a 30-year career with PwC, most recently as lead client relationship partner for several private equity firms. Before joining PwC's transaction services practice, Donnelly was with the audit practice from 1979 to 1995, and was named a partner in 1989.
McAuliffe was a managing director in JPMorgan Chase & Co.'s healthcare investment banking group, where he advised clients in the medical device and diagnostics sector. Prior to this, he was a member of the equity private placements group, where he led the healthcare practice.
Johnston was an executive director in JPMorgan's healthcare investment banking division, with clients in the pharmaceutical, specialty pharmaceutical and medical device industries. Previously, he was chief operating officer of the operating subsidiaries of Microsulis Ltd.
Moelis & Co. enlisted Glenn Kim as a managing director to advise European sovereign and government sector clients and financial institutions. Based in London, Kim joins from Bundesrepublik Deutschland Finanzagentur GmbH, Germany's funding entity under the Ministry of Finance, where he was a senior adviser on European Financial Stability Facility related activities. Previously, he was a managing director at Lehman Brothers Holdings Inc., where he spent more than 20 years, including as head of public sector and emerging markets. There, he worked in London, Hong Kong, New York and Tokyo.
Sergei Khaliullin joined Russia's Troika Dialog as a director in the mergers and acquisitions execution team. He reports to managing director Dirk Werner, head of M&A execution.
Khaliullin joins from Alfa-Bank, where he was director of corporate finance, responsible for M&A and equity capital markets transactions in the consumer, retail, transport and information technology sectors. Previously, he was a vice president in Merrill Lynch & Co.'s investment banking division and worked at Renaissance Capital and Goldman, Sachs & Co.
Bass and Mountcastle were managing directors and co-heads of the transportation and logistics investment banking group at BB&T Capital Markets. Jones was a senior business manager in the credit risk management group at Capital One Financial. Burkett was a vice president in the T&L group at Morgan Stanley.
Clippings from the next column:
-- Citigroup Inc. hires technology bankers Jon Krahulik, Herb Yeh and Sean Rogers from Bank of America Merrill Lynch, and Ethan Zweig from Credit Suisse Group.
-- Credit Suisse Group hires UBS' Nicole Yuen as managing director and head of Greater China equities.
-- Goldin Associates LLC taps hedge fund veteran Marti Murray as a managing director.
-- Lazard appoints Bill White, former U.S. Deputy Secretary of Energy, as chairman of Lazard Houston.
-- Leerink Swann LLC taps investment banker Lance Alstodt as a managing director from Oppenheimer & Co., covering medical technology.
-- James Taylor to succeed Andrew Blocher as chief financial officer Federal Realty Investment Trust.
-- Private equity manager Quay Partners hires Pantheon Ventures' Jeffrey Reed as a U.S. partner.
-- Duncan-Williams Inc., a family- and employee-owned investment firm in Memphis, adds two offices and four investment bankers.
In New York, Alexander Moon is joining Sidley Austin LLP's global finance practice as a partner.