Wilmington Trust Hires F. Jim Della Sala for Global Capital Markets Group

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Della Sala will head strategy and business planning for the Global Capital Markets Group.

F. Jim Della Sala

F. Jim Della Sala was hired as group vice president in Wilmington Trust's Global Capital Markets Group.

Jim’s success at building business, strong operational background, and proven leadership will be a tremendous addition to our management team, said Jack Beeson, head of Wilmington Trust’s Global Capital Markets Group.

Wilmington Trust hired F. Jim Della Sala as group vice president in its Global Capital Markets Group. Della Sala will head strategy and business planning for the division. He is based in the firm’s New York City office.

Della Sala brings more than 25 years of transaction banking experience with extensive knowledge of global corporate trust, entity management, and hedge fund administration. Most recently, he was global head and managing director of Deutsche Bank’s Trust and Agency Services, where he led numerous businesses including the U.S. asset-backed securities and European trustee businesses.

“We are thrilled to have Jim join our team,” said Jack Beeson, head of Wilmington Trust’s Global Capital Markets Group. “Jim’s success at building business, strong operational background, and proven leadership will be a tremendous addition to our management team. Jim’s decision to join us is proof positive of the high degree of respect our Global Capital Markets team has built in the market.”

Della Sala has served in various leadership positions in the industry including Executive Committee member of the American Securitization Forum, and member of the American Bankers Association’s Trustee Committee. He is a contributing author to the “Handbook on Structured Financial Products,” and is a frequent speaker on market developments affecting corporate trustees and hedge fund administrators.

Della Sala’s office is located at 166 Mercer St., Suite 2-R, in New York City, and can be contacted by phone at +1(212)941-4419.

The Global Capital Markets Group is part of the Wilmington Trust’s Institutional Client Services (ICS) division. Over the past decade, ICS expanded its teams of experts in loan administration, corporate restructuring, mergers and acquisitions, high-yield debt issue services, tender option bond services, insurance trusts, and project and equipment financing to match marketplace demand.

Wilmington Trust’s growth of its ICS business is bolstered by changes in the competitive landscape which continue to generate new client acquisitions and increased demand for ICS’s conflict-free services for refinancing and restructurings within the U.S. and abroad. This success has led to multiple appointments to unsecured creditors’ committees and as trustee on high-level transactions including the General Motors bankruptcy, Lehman Brothers bankruptcy, and the Hellenic Republic’s debt restructuring programme.

ABOUT WILMINGTON TRUST

Wilmington Trust’s Institutional Client Services (ICS) division offers institutional trustee, agency, asset management, retirement plan, and administrative services for clients worldwide who use capital markets financing structures, as well as clients that seek to establish or maintain nexus, or legal residency for special purpose entities. ICS is distinguished from many competitors by its status as a core business of Wilmington Trust, as well as the experience and expertise of its global staff, its multi-jurisdictional presence, and its reputation for superior service. ICS serves clients in more than 90 countries.

Wilmington Trust also provides Wealth Advisory services for affluent clients in every state in the United States and in 35 other countries.

Wilmington Trust has offices throughout the United States and internationally in London, Luxembourg, Frankfurt, Dublin, Amsterdam, Cayman Islands, and Channel Islands. Wilmington Trust is an affiliate of M&T Bank. For more information, visit http://www.WilmingtonTrust.com.

MEDIA CONTACT: Kent Wissinger, Wilmington Trust PR Manager (302)651-8758

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