Ex-Hedge Fund CIO Takes Tech. Post At BofA

Jan 15 2010 | 3:12am ET

Former Cerebellum Capital chief investment officer Michael Dubno is set to join Bank of America.

Dubno will take the reins as head of global markets and research technology on Jan. 19, Dow Jones Newswires reports.

After leaving Cerebellum, a quantitative hedge fund, he worked at Goldman Sachs, focusing on risk management. He was the Wall Street giant’s chief technology officer from 2002 through 2005.


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