B of A Spins Off PE Fund

Bank of America-Merrill Lynch will spins off its $5 billion private equity fund, BAML Capital Partners, into its own unnamed firm.

  • 20 Apr 2011
Bank of America-Merrill Lynch will spins off its $5 billion private equity fund, BAML Capital Partners, into its own unnamed firm. The move is that latest in a series by the bank to comply with the Volcker Rule, which limits proprietary trading and investments by banks using their ...

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