Deutsche Bank Hedge Fund Salesman Baron To BofA

May 2 2012 | 2:57am ET

Bank of America has named Deutsche Bank's head of North American hedge fund sales trading to lead its equity derivatives sales on the other side of the Atlantic.

Paul Baron, who was also co-head of synthetic equity sales at BofA, will move from New York to London to take up his new job, Bloomberg News reports.

In addition to serving as co-head of equity derivatives sales for Europe, the Middle East and Africa, Baron will also handle equity macro sales in the region at BofA.


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