Jonathan Moulds appointed International head of Global Markets for Bank of America
Bank of America announced today that Jonathan Moulds is to assume the role of International head of Global Markets, comprising debt and equities for Europe and Asia. Arrington Mixon, who previously ran International Debt, will be returning the USto assume the role of global head of Credit Syndicate. Moulds will return to London from Chicago in April 2005 and will report jointly to William Fall, President, International and to Mark Werner, head of Global Markets, who is based in New York. He will sit on the bank's Global Corporate and Investment Banking Executive Committee.
Moulds has been instrumental in building the bank's presence in the over-the-counter derivatives markets and the integration of the Chicago research and trading platform. Following the Bank of America-NationsBank merger in 1998, he was appointed global head of Rate Derivatives Trading. In 2001 he took over management of the Global Derivatives group responsible for fixed income derivatives, commodity derivatives and the global business of the Chicago Research and Trading Platform. He later became head of Global Rates and Commodities and, immediately prior to his current role, served as head of Global Liquid Products.