Deutsche's Kell to rejoin BofA ML

Deutsche's former ECM head of Asia will resurface to oversee global deals at Bank of America Merrill Lynch after gardening leave.
Neil Kell will re-join the US bank after leaving five years ago
Neil Kell will re-join the US bank after leaving five years ago

Neil Kell, Deutsche Bank’s former ECM head for Asia excluding Japan and Australasia, will re-join Bank of America Merrill Lynch as chairman of international equity capital markets.

Kell is currently serving gardening leave and will not start for a few months, according to a source close to the situation.

He will work out of Hong Kong for a year before moving to London, the source said, and will report jointly to Bank of America Merrill Lynch’s global co-heads of ECM, London-based Craig Coben and Mary Ann Deignan out of New York.

A spokeswoman declined to comment.

As chairman of international...

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