BAML steps up Brexit switch, crowns Zaimi

Bank of America Merrill Lynch has ramped up its Brexit preparations by establishing a new EU broker dealer and appointing Sanaz Zaimi as its CEO.

  • By Jasper Cox
  • 08 Feb 2019

The new broker dealer, BofA Securities Europe, is based in Paris. The bank started relocation of roles to the office this week, and Zaimi will also be moving from London to the new office.

“This is a critical milestone in the development of our EU business and our ...

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