Frankfurt quits BofA Merrill Lynch, blowing blocks game wide open

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By Jon Hay
17 Sep 2015

Paul Frankfurt, head of equity block trades EMEA at Bank of America Merrill Lynch, is leaving the bank to help set up a global markets operation at Anoa Capital, a Luxembourg-based boutique investment bank.

Frankfurt, a managing director, resigned on Monday. He had reported to Craig Coben, co-head of global ECM.

His departure follows the resignation last week of another MD, Christian Gärtner, BAML’s head of ECM for Germany, Austria and Switzerland.

Gärtner is leaving to be CFO of HelloFresh, a company ...

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