BAML's Zaman fills ECM role in Hong Kong

Akram Zaman makes the move from New York to Hong Kong to fill a role on the bank’s equity syndicate team left vacant for a year.
Akram Zaman spent two years in BAML's New York office
Akram Zaman spent two years in BAML's New York office

Bank of America Merrill Lynch’s Akram Zaman has relocated from New York to Hong Kong to head the bank's Asia Pacific equity capital markets syndicate team, a position that’s been vacant for a year.

He replaces Nick Lee, the US bank’s former head of Asia ECM syndicate, who resigned in April 2014 after 14 years at the bank.

Zaman moved to Hong Kong the week of April 25 and reports directly to Peter Guenthardt and Jason Cox, co-heads of APAC global capital markets, according to an internal company memo seen by FinanceAsia.

In his role, Zaman is responsible for equity and equity-linked...

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