Haemmerle, who most recently led investment banking at JPMorgan in France, will report to Juan Monte, UBS’s head of country coverage for corporate client solutions in EMEA, according to a memo obtained by Bloomberg News.
The contents of the memo, which was sent by Monte, were confirmed by a spokeswoman at the bank.
In the meantime, Bloomberg also reports that Michael W. Miller, who headed Bank of America’s trading of some U.S. mortgage bonds, left the company this week with plans to find work away from Wall Street.
Miller, who traded bonds known as agency pass-through securities, joined the Charlotte, North Carolina-based bank in 2000 from Prudential Securities, where he had worked since 1992, according to regulatory records.
Finally, the New York Times reports that Citigroup has hired a veteran China banker from Bank of America’s Merrill Lynch unit to be head of its investment banking in the country.