Dresdner Kleinwort Wasserstein (DrKW) has transferred Stephen Patterson, New York-based senior structurer for structured credit derivatives, to Singapore as a credit derivatives structurer.He will report locally to Andreas Ruschkowski, head of capital markets Asia-Pacific, ex-Japan and functionally to Mark Mallia, head of credit products Asia-Pacific in Tokyo.
Patterson has been with the bank since 1998 and has worked in its Tokyo, London and New York offices, before relocating to Singapore. As part of the bank’s structured credit derivatives group he will provide structured derivatives solutions for corporate clients and investment ideas for institutional investors. Prior to joining DrKW, Patterson worked in the structured products group of UBS.
A spokesperson for the bank said the credit business is a key product area for DrKW globally and in Asia.
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