Bank of America Merrill Lynch (BofA Merrill) has added three senior executives to its Frankfurt-based global treasury solutions (GTS) team: Holly Benz, Thomas Feiler and Ulf Kordys.
Benz joins as director, financial institutions product manager for GTS. Previously, she spent 10 years at Standard Chartered Bank/American Express Bank in both Frankfurt and New York, most recently as a director in product management. Benz reports to Peter Jameson, head of financial institutions product management for GTS Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA).
Feiler has joined as director, corporate product manager for GTS. Previously, he spent 10 years in Citigroup’s global markets team, most recently as cash management product cluster head for Germany, Austria and Switzerland. Feiler reports to Lesley White, head of EMEA corporate product for GTS.
Kordys has joined as director in GTS corporate sales. Previously, he was a director in international corporate banking at Crédit Agricole. Kordys reports to David Jackson, head of western European multinational corporate sales for GTS.
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