- Randall Caruso-Reynoso left Morgan Stanley to launch his firm, supported by Bolton
- Caruso's business plan is to transition his global book of clients to BNY Mellon Pershing as custodian on behalf of Bolton
- He lives between Miami and his native New York City
Randall Caruso-Reynoso has joined Bolton Global Capital. Caruso was formerly with Morgan Stanley as a Senior Vice President since 2011 where he covered primarily Latin American clients. During his 17 years at Merrill Lynch International, he oversaw a book of ultra-high net worth clients, family offices, middle markets, and institutional clients in LatAm, MENA, and Western Europe. Caruso's business plan is to transition his global book of clients to BNY Mellon Pershing as custodian on behalf of Bolton.
Prior to joining Merrill Lynch in 1994, his career focused on international commercial banking, corporate finance, and capital markets. Beginning in 1981, he worked at Citibank‘s operations in New York, London, Italy, and Spain. From 1989 to 1994 he worked at Bankers Trust in New York and Miami.
At Citibank he participated in various projects including a proprietary acquisition in Italy, the opening of the capital markets and currency exchange operations in Spain, the restructuring of a 75 branch bank in Italy purchased by Citibank, the establishment of the Southern European Fixed Income trading desk at Citicorp Investment Bank Ltd. in London. At the Bankers Trust International Private Bank, he covered markets in Mexico and was promoted to Manager of the Southern Cone Region. He was also the 1st Derivative Coordinator for Bankers Trust’s LATAM Private Bank.
In a phone interview, Caruso commented, “I have always been exposed to the management of capital, either for Central Banks at Citibank as a Cash Management Officer, for Pension Funds as an Advisor to their Investment Committees, or to Families as their Financial Planner. My team and I bring all these years of resources, experience and knowledge to our Global Client base by establishing our business here at Bolton.”
Caruso completed his degree in Economics at New York University, where he studied under the tutelage of Nobel Laureate Wassily Leontief. He has three children and now lives between Miami and his native New York City.