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BofA Foreign Exchange Heavy Exits

Bronia Jenkins, a former head of foreign exchange options at Bank of America in New York, has left the firm.

Bronia Jenkins, a former head of foreign exchange options at Bank of America in New York, has left the firm. Jeff Hershberger, spokesman at BofA in New York, confirmed the departure of Jenkins, whose most recent title was foreign exchange time zone manager for North America, but declined further comment.

Jenkins, who could not be reached, was replaced as head of fx options last spring by Mark Mullet. It could not be determined who has replaced Jenkins in her most recent role, which comprised spot, forward and emerging market foreign exchange responsibilities. Jenkins joined BofA in 2002, having previously worked as head of foreign exchange options at UBS Warburg in London (DW, 7/15/2002).

Jenkins is thought to have joined a foreign exchange-based hedge fund in Connecticut, the name of which could not immediately be determined.  

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