Scotia Hires Marketing All-Rounder In U.S.

Scotia Capital has hired Paul Stamoulis, a corporate derivatives marketer at TD Securities in New York, as a director responsible for marketing interest-rate, credit and equity derivatives to U.S. corporates.

  • 22 Feb 2004
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Scotia Capital has hired Paul Stamoulis, a corporate derivatives marketer at TD Securities in New York, as a director responsible for marketing interest-rate, credit and equity derivatives to U.S. corporates. At Scotia, Stamoulis reports to Barry Delman, managing director in New York, according to Ann Wales, spokeswoman in Toronto. He has not been hired in a new position, although Wales declined to comment on who he is replacing. Neither Stamoulis nor Delman returned calls.

Kelly Hechler, spokeswoman for TD Bank in Toronto, did not return calls regarding Stamoulis' replacement.

  • 22 Feb 2004

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