LONDON, April 8 (IFR) - Lloyds has combined its capital markets and financial markets businesses into a new markets division in North America, following the departure of its regional capital markets head Samir Lalvani, who has left to persue other opportunities, according to the firm.
Andy Schaeffer, who already heads financial markets in the region, will also take on responsibility for the overall capital markets business there. Schaeffer will continue to report to CEO of North America Mark Grant, global head of financial markets Richard Moore and global head of capital markets ...
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