Last Of Ex-UBS Trio Joins Bank Of America Prime Brokerage

Mar 22 2011 | 11:34am ET

Charlotte Burkeman, the former head of UBS prime brokerage in Europe, the Middle East and Africa, has rejoined her ex-UBS colleagues at Bank of America Merrill Lynch.

Burkeman was named a managing director and co-head of EMEA prime brokerage at BofA, where her former boss at UBS, Stuart Hendel, is now global head of prime brokerage. Hendel, who, like Burkeman, left UBS earlier this month, will take the reins at BofA in June.

BofA also hired another Hendel deputy at UBS, Jonathan Yalmokas, who will lead its prime brokerage sales effort in the U.S.

Burkeman will serve as co-head in her region with existing EMEA prime brokerage chief Sean Capstick. Capstick has also been named head of equity research sales in the region, Financial News reports.


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