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Alain Delelis and Robert Sinche Join Bank of America, Strengthen Global FX Team
NEW YORK, Jul 12, 2004 /PRNewswire via COMTEX/ -- Continuing its drive to be a
leader in the global foreign exchange markets, Bank of America today announced
it has hired Alain Delelis as head of global spot and emerging market trading
and overall head of EMEA foreign exchange, and Robert Sinche as head of global
foreign exchange research and strategy. Delelis, based in London, will report
jointly to Christiane Mandell, global head of foreign exchange, and Arrington
Mixon, head of international debt. Sinche, based in New York, will report to
Mandell and David Goldman, global head of debt research.
"Alain and Bob are both highly regarded individuals, and their strong leadership
will only accelerate the momentum we have already gained in the markets," said
Mandell. "Alain brings a proven track record for building businesses and will
drive our reputation as a market maker of choice. At the same time, Bob will
lead an initiative to provide world-class research and strategy for clients,
which is central to building our footprint globally. I am delighted to have both
Alain and Bob on board."
A 15-year veteran of the markets, Delelis will be responsible for enhancing and
expanding Bank of America's trading relationships and positioning the firm as a
top liquidity provider globally. Delelis was most recently at Vega Asset
Management where he was a senior fund manager specializing in foreign exchange.
Prior to that Delelis was head of HSBC's foreign exchange sales and trading for
North America and led the team to a top ranked market position. Delelis also
spent seven years at Deutsche Bank where, as co-head of FX trading in New York
and head of global spot, he helped drive that firm to a market leading position.
Delelis began his career as a trader at Citibank, first in Paris and later in
Sinche will oversee Bank of America's global foreign exchange research and
strategy team and lead an effort to enhance the visibility and impact of Bank of
America's research product. Sinche joins Bank of America with over 25 years of
experience in economic and financial market analysis and investment management.
Most recently, Sinche spent six years at Citigroup as head of global currency
strategy. Prior to that he spent a total of 12 years managing global fixed
income portfolios at Alliance Capital Management, Prudential Investments and
Simms Capital Management. Early in his career he was the chief economist at Bear
Stearns. Commenting on Sinche's expertise, David Goldman said, "Bob Sinche adds
experience and vision to BAS' global debt research franchise, and his
contributions will have an important impact for all of our clients."
Since taking over management of the foreign exchange business in March of this
year, Mandell has hired twelve individuals to the platform, including Delelis
and Sinche. Other key hires include Scott Freeman, head of global foreign
exchange electronic trading services, and Vincent De Lorenzo, global head of
short term interest rate trading. "I am very proud of the team we have in place,
and our new talent enhances our ability to take this business forward. We have
an aggressive growth strategy in place and our focus now will be on carefully
implementing that strategy."
About Bank of America
Bank of America Corporation (NYSE: BAC) is one of the world's leading financial
services companies. The company's Global Corporate and Investment Banking group
(GCIB) provides investment banking, equity and debt capital raising, research,
trading, risk management, treasury management and financial advisory services.
Through offices in 35 countries, GCIB serves domestic and international
corporations, institutional investors, financial institutions and government
entities. Many of the company's services to corporate and institutional clients
are provided through its U.S. and UK subsidiaries, Banc of America Securities
LLC and Banc of America Securities Limited. For additional information, visithttp://www.bankofamerica.com
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