Lloyds TSB has appointed Luke Walker as a manager in its corporate sales team.Walker will be selling interest rate and inflation derivatives to property-sector clients in London. He reports to Paul Tabberner, the bank’s London-based head of large corporate sales.
Walker moves from Royal Bank of Scotland in London, where he worked as a commercial risk manager providing bespoke interest rate, foreign exchange, inflation and commodity products.
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