Oct. 28 (Bloomberg) -- Bank of America Corp., the second- largest U.S. lender by assets, hired Morgan Stanley managing director Glenn Koh to lead equity derivatives trading in the Americas.
Koh spent 14 years at New York-based Morgan Stanley and was most recently responsible for trading of U.S. equity derivative indexes, Bank of America told employees today in an e-mail. Koh will be based in New York and report to Henry Mulholland, head of Americas equities, and Fabrizio Gallo, global head of equities, the Charlotte, North Carolina-based firm said.
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