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By Pamela Barbaglia
LONDON (Reuters) -Bank of America snatched Emmanuel Regniez from Citigroup (NYSE 🙂 to co-lead its investment banking franchise for France as it seeks to strengthen its network of European hubs after Brexit, according to a note seen by Reuters.
Regniez will share the management of the investment banking for France with Jérôme Morisseau and will work in close collaboration with Stéphane Courbon and Laurent Vieillevigne – respectively president of the corporate and investment banking division of the bank for France and vice-president of the investment bank for France.
Regniez has 26 years of investment banking experience having worked for Nomura and Swiss credit (SIX 🙂 and most recently Citi, where he led investment banking and sponsor coverage for France.
His move comes as Bank of America (NYSE 🙂 strengthens its senior team in France to expand its client base in Europe’s second-largest mergers and acquisitions market, according to first-quarter data from Refinitiv.
Last year he worked with a French drug maker Sanofi (NASDAQ 🙂 on a major deal to sell a stake in Regeneron Pharmaceuticals Inc (NASDAQ :). valued at over $ 11 billion.
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