BofA makes two senior appointments in London.
Global Banking News - 28 August 2008(c)2005 - Electronic News Publishing - http://www.enpublishing.co.uk
Bank of America (BofA) (NYSE: BAC) has appointed Andy Cairns as managing director and head of investment grade debt capital markets for EMEA and Asia, to be based in London. The bank also named Mariam Toulan as managing director and product head of EMEA leveraged loan syndicate, to join the London group in October.
Cairns, who assumes a newly created role to build the bank's international high grade origination business, will work closely with Brian Robertson, the EMEA head of investment grade syndicate. He will report to New York-based Alastair Borthwick, global head of investment grade debt capital markets.
Toulan will fill a newly created position to work closely with the leveraged finance structuring team and with sales and distribution. She will also be involved in the underwriting of corporate cross-over acquisition financings and will report to Joel Feldmann, head of leveraged finance and financial sponsor coverage, EMEA.
Cairns joined Bank of America from HSBC where he spent seven years, most recently in New York as managing director and co-head of debt capital markets. Toulan will join Bank of America after nine years at JPMorgan as executive director of leveraged finance distribution for European debt capital markets.
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