Dutch bank ABN Amro has created a life and pensions advisory group as part of its wider financial markets advisory team.The London-based department draws on the bank’s capital markets services, including derivatives-based risk management and debt capital markets, to provide financial institutions and corporate clients with services tackling a wide range of asset and liability management issues, the bank said.
“We have developed life and pensions advisory in response to demand for a single provider of advisory services for asset/liability mismatching and general risk management that is also able to execute sophisticated solutions harnessing twenty-first century capital markets and derivatives technology,” said Greg Major, ABN Amro's global head of financial markets advisory.
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