BofA Merrill picks Chryssicopoulos for infrastructure banking

Bank of America Merrill Lynch has appointed Philippe Chryssicopoulos as head of infrastructure investment banking for EMEA, hoping to strengthen its presence in what it sees as a growing area.

  • 24 Feb 2012

Last July the bank moved Mike Turnbull, its former head of European corporate debt capital markets, to the new role of head of infrastructure capital markets.

Chryssicopoulos joined Merrill in 1998 in New York. He has worked in a variety of investment banking jobs, most recently on transport infrastructure ...

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