Exclusive: UBS loses top U.S. tech bankerMarch 25, 2013: 2:44 PM ET
Mark Zanoli leaves UBS.
FORTUNE -- Mark Zanoli has stepped down as head of U.S. technology investment banking at UBS, Fortune has learned.
He was based in San Francisco, and at one point led a team of around 40 professionals. That figure was slashed by more than half late last year in a large round of UBS layoffs, while more cuts occurred earlier this year.
Today, UBS has just a handful of full-time tech investment bankers based in San Francisco, including Janine Sheflo (media/Internet), Sam Powers (telecom), Ben Freeland (software) and John Katzenmeyer (financial tech). The firm also recently added Johnny Williams -- the former co-head of tech equity capital markets with BoA Merrill Lynch (BAC) -- as vice chairman.
No word yet on Zanoli's future plans. A UBS spokeswoman declined to comment.
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