UBS plans to rebuild European levfin after senior exodus

After a brutal year in 2014, in which several senior staff were cut or left the bank, UBS’s European levfin business has a fixer in the shape of Jim Boland.

  • By Ross Lancaster
  • 29 Jan 2015

Jim Boland was appointed in October 2014, after senior departures left UBS’s levfin business leaderless. Giles Borten, the head of the business and co-head of corporate DCM, parted ways from the bank in August after nine years, quickly followed by managing director Alison Howe who left for Credit Suisse.

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