Andrew Cooper leaves BoA Merrill Lynch

The former regional head of corporate finance and structured equity-linked capital markets resigns to focus on his personal investments in a coal mining company.
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Andrew Cooper is leaving BoA Merrill to spend more time with his coal mining company
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<div style="text-align: left;"> Andrew Cooper is leaving BoA Merrill to spend more time with his coal mining company </div>

Andrew Cooper, the Asia-Pacific head of corporate finance and structured equity-linked capital markets at Bank of America Merrill Lynch, has resigned from the bank to pursue other interests outside the industry.

The news of his departure, which was confirmed by a bank spokesman and described as “very amicable”, comes only days after it emerged that Michael Luk had resigned from his role as head of debt capital markets for Asia-Pacific after slightly more than one year with the bank.

Cooper, who handed in his resignation the week before last, has been with the firm since 2005, when he joined from J.P. Morgan, and has clocked up 25...

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