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Bank of America’s head of rates sales in the Americas is leaving the firm. Andrew Isaacs, who joined BofA in 2013, resigned this week, sources told Insider. It wasn’t immediately clear where the 25-year industry veteran was headed. See more stories on Insider’s business page.
Bank of America’s US head of rates sales is leaving the firm, according to people familiar with the matter.
Andrew Isaacs, a 25-year industry veteran, resigned from his position leading rates sales in the Americas this week, two sources told Insider. He’d been with the firm for eight years.
Isaacs’ destination wasn’t immediately clear. He did not respond to requests for comment.
A Bank of America spokesman declined to comment.
Isaacs’ career started out at Morgan Stanley in 1996, according to FINRA records, and he bounced around between Lehman Brothers, Deutsche Bank, and Barclays in interest rate derivatives sales before landing at Deutsche Bank in 2004.
He stayed at the firm for nine years before leaving for Bank of America in 2013.