Merrill Hires 3 for Private Banking

Ring, Niamh
May 2001
American Banker;5/3/2001, Vol. 166 Issue 85, p3
Trade Publication
Announces Merrill Lynch & Co.'s recruitment of three former J.P. Morgan & Co. private banking executives to its London, England-based wealth management unit. Duties and responsibilities of Kathleen McKay, Johnny Moss, and Irene Manis.


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