Bank of America Merrill Lynch arranges a staff in Canada unit



Bank of America Merrill Lynch Today Bank of America Merrill Lynch declared the expansion of its Canada Corporate Banking business with two key hires in Toronto including the appointment of Christopher Impey as managing director and head of Canada Corporate Banking. Impey, who is expected to join the firm in October, will report jointly to Patricia DelGrande, head of Americas Corporate Banking, and Dan Mida, head of Canada Corporate and Investment Banking. Meanwhile, Daljeet Lamba, who was hired as managing director of Canada Corporate Banking earlier this summer, will report to Impey.

Before joining Canada Corporate Banking, Impey was the managing director responsible for Canadian corporate clients at Citigroup and previously ran their Calgary office. Throughout his 16 years with Citigroup, Impey held various leadership roles in London, Jakarta, Beijing, Calgary and Toronto, largely covering the Energy and Power and Mining industries. Over the course of his career, Impey has structured numerous complex mergers and acquisition financing transactions for large, multi-national corporations.

Additionally, Lamba was director of Global Banking at Citigroup in Toronto. During his 9-year tenure at Citigroup, Lamba worked on numerous transactions successfully originating and delivering the full spectrum of financial solutions to Canadian multinational and domestic corporations across multiple industry sectors. Prior to Citigroup, he was with Export Development Canada in Ottawa working primarily on delivering bonding and working capital financing solutions to small and medium-sized enterprises in the telecom, media and technology sectors.




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