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Bank of America appoints de Gidlow as liquidity SVP

07 November 2008  |  1669 views  |  0 Source: Bank of America

Bank of America today announced the appointment of Robert de Gidlow as a senior vice president in the company's Global Liquidity Product and Solutions Consulting team.

De Gidlow is based in London and reports to Michael Golden, product management executive for Global Liquidity Product and Solutions Consulting.

De Gidlow fills a newly created position to provide global liquidity expertise, deal recommendations and structured liquidity solutions to Bank of America's EMEA-based clients.

De Gidlow joined Bank of America from Citibank where he was Regional Liquidity product specialist for two years. Prior to this, he was a sales consultant with JPMorgan Chase.

"We're delighted to welcome Robert to our Global Liquidity Product and Solutions Consulting team," commented Nick Diamond, Global Product Solutions sales executive for EMEA. "With his extensive treasury services and liquidity management experience in both banking and corporate treasury, Robert is a great addition to our global liquidity team."

The Global Liquidity Product and Solutions Consulting team is part of Bank of America's Global Product Solutions division, which designs, delivers and services integrated credit and treasury products to more than 140,000 clients world-wide.


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