Jason Cox, Bank of America Merrill Lynch’s co-head of Asia-Pacific global capital markets, has resigned after a decade with the bank, according to an internal memo seen by FinanceAsia.
Cox left the bank in order to pursue outside opportunities, according to the memo.
Peter Guenthardt, who joined BAML in 2014 as co-head of Asia-Pacific GCM, will be sole head of the division. No successor for Cox has been named.
The memo was issued by James Probert, head of global capital markets, and Jiro Seguchi, head of Asia Pacific global corporate and investment banking.
Cox joined BAML from Goldman...