Dagmar Kent Kershaw has resigned from Prudential M&G, where she was the London-based head of structured credit products since 2000.At Prudential M&G, William Nicoll, head of synthetic collateralised debt obligations (CDOs), Mike Nicholson, head of cash CDOs, and James King, head of product development, will jointly fulfil her role, reporting to Simon Pilcher, Prudential M&G’s head of fixed income.
Kershaw leaves Prudential M&G on friendly terms and is joining another as yet undisclosed firm.
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