Alvise Munari, Goldman Sachs’ former European head of equity and interest rate structuring, has left to join Merrill Lynch, where he has been appointed to a new position with responsibility for equity-linked product marketing.The appointment is part of a reorganisation within Merrill Lynch’s Europe, Middle East and Africa equity-linked sales and trading department. This involves former co-head of the division, Andreas Klainguti moving on to another, as yet unspecified role.
Chris Vogelgesang, the other co-head, has assumed sole responsibility for trading. His expanded role will also cover convertibles and single-stock equity options trading, an area formerly covered by Klainguti.
Prior to Munari’s appointment, the role of product marketing was shared by both Vogelgesang and Klainguti.
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