BAML reshuffles European risk roles


Bank of America Merrill Lynch's chief risk officer for Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA) and Latin America, David Oman, has moved within the bank to become co-head of counterparty credit enhancement risk.

Oman, who shifts from London to New York for the new role, will share the position with Mike Dubno. Oman will report to the bank's chief risk officer, Terry Laughlin.

Oman's deputy EMEA chief risk officer, Cheryl Boucher, will now take Oman's former role, which has been reconfigured to

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