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A.J. Murphy Rejoins BofA One Year After Leaving for Goldman

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Bank of America Corp. rehired A.J. Murphy for its leveraged-finance business one year after she left to join Goldman Sachs Group Inc. as a partner.

Murphy will rejoin the Charlotte, North Carolina-based bank as co-head of global leveraged finance, the same title she had when she departed, according to a memo obtained by Bloomberg News. Christina Minnis will replace Murphy as Goldman Sachs’s co-head of leveraged finance in the Americas, a position Murphy was promoted to three weeks ago, according to a separate memo.