Merrill Lynch has appointed Flavio Valeri as managing director of the firm's European equity capital markets division, where he will have pan-European sector responsibilities.
Valeri joins Merrill Lynch in London from Deutsche Bank, where he was a managing director in equity capital markets. He will join Merrill Lynch in October and will report to Matthias Mosler, head of the equity capital markets team for Europe, Middle East and Africa.
Dante Roscini, co-head of global equity capital markets at Merrill Lynch said: This is excellent news for our clients and our global team and we look forward to continuing to build on our record of helping governments, corporations and investors achieve their goals successfully.
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