Bank of America Merrill Lynch (BAML) has appointed Maureen Sullivan as head of North American trade sales in global trade and supply chain solutions.
Before joining BAML, Sullivan served as global trade product manager at JP Morgan Chase, where she specialised in developing innovative trade tools that assisted clients with working capital optimisation, process improvements and risk management. She was previously in Citigroup’s global trade finance division, where her responsibilities included origination/sales management, global product management and serving as regional business head.
Sullivan is based in Chicago and reports to Bruce Proctor, head of global trade and supply chain finance.
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