BofA’s European ABS head Allan latest victim of cuts

  • 23 Nov 2007

Drew Allan, head of European ABS syndicate at Bank of America in London, has been made redundant as part of the bank’s slashing of 3,000 jobs worldwide.

Allan’s departure comes only two years after he joined BofA from UBS with head of European ABS origination Steve Skerrett. Skerrett remains ...

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