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July 4, 2008

UniCredit appoint Hammond and Lim as market heads

by Richard Kilner

Story link: UniCredit appoint Hammond and Lim as market heads

UniCredit Markets & Investment Banking (MIB) has announced the appointment of Mike Hammond and TJ Lim as co-heads of Markets.

Hammond first joined MIB in August of last year, leaving behind Merrill Lynch, where he held a range of senior positions.

He brings more than two decades of experience to his new position.

Lim joins from NewSmith Capital Partners, where he was chief executive officer and founder of NewSmith Financial Products.

During his long career he has also worked for Merrill Lynch, Dresdner Kleinwort and UBS.

The pair, who assume their roles with immediate effect, will be directly responsible to MIB leader Edoardo Spezzotti, and gain membership of the executive committee of MIB.

Hammond’s joint responsibilities include Investment Banking, Capital Markets, however for Equities, Structured Equity & Commodities Products, Corporate Treasury Sales, he will be specifically responsible.

Lim’s specific responsibilities cover Global Credit, Fixed Income and Currencies, and Sales.

Spezzotti has described the two men as outstanding bankers, with an exceptional track record.

He went on to say that the appointments would help reinforce the momentum MIB had already gathered and help achieve better value for clients.

 

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