Cheril Lee has quit Société Générale in Hong Kong to head Goldman Sachs’ warrants business for Asia ex-Japan.Lee joins the US securities firm as executive director and will be based in Hong Kong. She will report to David Voon, head of structured products, Asia ex-Japan, who said she was “one of the most experienced and respected warrants specialists in Asia".
At SG, Lee was responsible for its equity derivatives and structured products in Asia ex-Japan.
More on People
Community banking advisory committee names seven new members
Cornerstone builds commodity finance business by hiring Duncan Preston
Job changes in the derivatives, regulation and risk industry throughout Asia
Piterbarg departs, replaced by Marco Naldi; Traiana's Coyne-Solinger saga climaxes; BAML shakes up structured credit team; Tradition hires John Wilson
Sign up for Risk.net email alerts
Sponsored video: MarketAxess
Sponsored video: Tradeweb
Multifonds talks to Custody Risk on being nominated for the Post-Trade Technology Vendor of the Year at the Custody Risk Awards 2014
Sponsored webinar: IBM Risk Analytics
There are no comments submitted yet. Do you have an interesting opinion? Then be the first to post a comment.