Germany’s Dresdner Kleinwort Wasserstein (DrKW) has hired Yoshikazu Kobashi from Morgan Stanley Japan to oversee the bank’s corporates and pensions marketing in Japan. Kobashi’s team will offer risk management solutions to corporates and pensions, including products such as credit-linked notes and interest rate swaps.Kobashi will assume responsibility for marketing both cash and derivatives products across all asset classes, including equity, debt, alternative investments and foreign exchange products to corporate and pension sponsors, the bank said.
At Morgan Stanley, Kobashi was an executive director in the corporate coverage group. He has also worked as a manager in equity derivatives and equity capital markets at Goldman Sachs Japan.
He will report to Paul Morgan, DrKW's head of sales and marketing for Japan and Asia.
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