Oppenheimer Capital and Trainer Wortham & Co. Inc., two New York money management firms, have named new executives.
Bruce Koepfgen is Oppenheimer's new chief executive officer. He succeeds Colin Glinsman, who will remain chief investment officer, said Jeffrey Sheran, managing director.
Mr. Koepfgen has been a private investor since leaving Salomon Brothers as a managing director in 1999, said Mr. Sheran.
At Trainer Wortham, John D. Knox was promoted to president. He succeeds Charles V. Moore, who was named to the new title of chief executive officer, and remains chairman.
Mr. Knox was managing director, fixed income, a role he will keep, said Greg Berardi, a company spokesman.
Also, E. Keith Wirtz was named chief investment officer of Fifth Third Bank Investment Advisors, Cincinnati. He replaces James Berghausen, who retired in June 2002. Mr. Wirtz had been president and CIO of Paladin Investment Associates LLC, Minneapolis, which is dissolving.
Most of Paladin's employees are moving to Fifth Third.