ABN Amro has added two senior traders to its equity derivatives team in London, hoping to tap a larger investor market.Nicholas Fuller has joined the European single stocks trading desk from Goldman Sachs, where he has worked in the UK and Germany as a market maker, trader and client liaison.
Paul Lewis will work on improving ABN Amro’s variance swap offering for institutional clients, especially hedge funds. He joins from Citigroup, and has experience in trading a range of equity derivatives.
Both men will report to ABN Amro’s head of equity volatility trading, Christian Erb.
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