BANK OF AMERICA’S former managing director Paul Aylieff has taken a chief financial officer role at MCB Finance Group.
Aylieff has more than 20 years’ experience, having worked in both London and New York in a range of senior positions. Most recently, he was managing director of Bank of America Merrill Lynch in charge of EMEA corporate banking following the merger of the two firms in January 2009. He initially joined Bank of America in 2004.
MCB Finance Group CEO Rami Ryhanen said: “Paul brings to us a wealth of experience in the financial, credit and strategic areas, and we are delighted to have him join our executive team.”
Aylieff succeeds Henry Nilert who will remain as a director and chief business development officer to lead development projects such as new products and markets.
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