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Bank Of America Corner Signs

Bank of America’s Henry Mulholland, head of equities for the Americas and a 25-year veteran of Merrill Lynch, is leaving the firm.

Bloomberg News reports that Mulholland’s departure was communicated to staff through a memo Tuesday, said Kristen Kaus, a spokeswoman for the bank. A replacement hasn’t been named, she said.

Bloomberg also reports that Bank of America  has named Megan Messina and David Trepanier as the new co-heads of global structured products and credit financing following a record year for issuance of deals that bundle together high-yield corporate loans.

Messina, who was previously global head of collateralized loan obligation origination, and Trepanier, who ran CLO trading, were named to the new positions, according to Zia Ahmed, a Bank of America spokesman.

Finally, Bloomberg reports that Dominic Wilson resigned as chief markets economist at Goldman Sachs to join MKP Capital Management, the $8.7bn hedge-fund firm.

Wilson will depart mid-March after 15 years.

BofA’s Americas Equities Head Mulholland Is Leaving Company

BofA Names Messina, Trepanier Global Structured-Credit Heads

Goldman Economist Dominic Wilson Said to Quit for Hedge Fund MKP

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