Loewensohn joins UBS

In the most talked about hire of the year, former country head of JPMorgan Trevor Loewensohn joins Australia''s top shop.

Four months after his high-level departure from JPMorgan, Trevor Loewensohn has signed with UBS Australia as vice chairman of investment banking. With his coveted list of contacts, Loewensohn was courted by nearly every shop in the country but eventually settled on a part-time arrangement with Chris Mackay, chief executive officer of UBS Australasia. A clever MA and corporate finance banker, he will focus on client relationships and investment banking advice for existing and new clients.

Loewensohn resigned from JPMorgan in August stating that he wanted to spend more time with his young family. His partner in crime, Kevin Jacobson, also left the firm. Since then Loewensohn has been consulting with...

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