At Bank of America, the doctor is out.
The New York Post reports that Dr. Robert Glassman, a BofA investment banker and a board-certified physician, has left the bank for a second time to join Credit Suisse’s health-care advisory and banking team, the newspaper has learned.
Glassman is currently on 'gardening leave' and will be able to start at Credit Suisse in June, a person familiar with the move said.
In the meantime, Bloomberg News reports that Jerry Keefe, a co-head of the distressed-debt trading group at Goldman Sachs, left the bank for hedge fund CarVal Investors LLC.
Finally, Bloomberg also reports JPMorgan has named Robin Wemyss as global head of foreign-exchange options after James Ellery’s decision to leave the bank.
Wemyss is retaining his role as head of foreign-exchange options for Europe, Middle East and Africa and will report to Claudia Jury and Pranav Thakur, global co-heads of currencies and emerging markets, the New York-based bank said Tuesday in an internal memo.