The former ForexLive.com Founder and Executive Editor Jamie Coleman has landed at Bank of America (BofA) as its newest User Experience Editorial Consultant, according to information on his Linkedin page.
This is the first high profile move at the US lender since late last month, when BofA Merrill Lynch lost its managing director and head of financing origination for Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA), Alex Von Sponeck.
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Mr. Coleman’s role at BofA as its editorial consultant is his first foray since parting ways with FXStreet last October. Mr. Coleman served as the executive editor at the FX media provider’s FXBeat service for over a year, dating back to October 2013.
In addition, Mr. Coleman comes to BofA after a decorated career as ForexLive.com’s founder and executive editor, having maintained the position for over four years. Prior to this, he also held senior level roles at Thomson Reuters, Fleet Bank, and Baring Securities, among other destinations.