March 2010
Securities Industry News;3/22/2010, Vol. 22 Issue 6, p5
Trade Publication
The article announces career changes of executives in the financial industry including the appointment of Glenn Gribble as Bank of America's head of developer architecture, the resignation of Susan Merrill as chief of enforcement at the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority, and the joining of Hishaam Caramanli as co-chief of the e-commerce team of the fixed-income, currencies and commodities division of the Union Bank of Switzerland (UBS).


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