Société Générale has hired Jorge Estevez as head of financial obligations, Iberia, in its debt capital markets group. Estevez will be based in Madrid and will report to Demetrio Salorio, global head of DCM, and locally to Arturo Alonso, head of global finance, Spain and Portugal. Estevez joins from Dresdner Kleinwort, where he had been head of DCM financial origination, Iberia for the last six years.
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