BoAML snares Koder to run global corporate and investment banking for Asia

Appointment highlights that Bank of America Merrill Lynch views the Asia-Pacific region as one of the most compelling growth opportunities for its business, the US bank says.


Bank of America Merrill Lynch has hired Matthew Koder as head of global corporate and investment banking, Asia-Pacific. Based in Hong Kong, Koder will report to Tom Montag, president of global banking and markets in New York, and Brian Brille, president, Asia-Pacific, when he joins the bank in the northern hemisphere summer.

Bank of America Merrill Lynch said the Asia-Pacific region represents one of the most compelling growth opportunities for its business.

Koder has nearly 20 years of

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