Bank of America poaches Citi’s Regniez to co-head France investment banking By Reuters

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LONDON (Reuters) – Bank of America (NYSE:) has hired Emmanuel Regniez from Citigroup (NYSE:) to co-head its investment banking franchise for France as it seeks to strengthen its network of European hubs after Brexit, according to a memo seen by Reuters.

Regniez will co-head the unit with Jerome Morisseau and will work closely with Stephane Courbon and Laurent Vieillevigne – respectively chairman of corporate and investment banking division for France and vice chairman of investment banking for France.

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