Rabobank International has promoted Martijn Nijziel as Asia-Pacific head of global financial markets (GFM) in Hong Kong from his previous position in Tokyo as Japan head of GFM.He replaces Donal Galvin, who moves to London as head of GFM for London and global head of client structured products.
Nijziel will work on aligning the Dutch bank's GFM business with its traditional focus - the food and agriculture (F&A) sector - by offering risk and investment management solutions to corporates in this sector and institutional investors.
Globally, the bank plans to expand its existing soft commodity hedging and carbon credit business, launch a new suite of products with F&A-related asset classes and launch a series of funds that will acquire and manage farmland on a global basis.See also: On the move
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