Bank of Montreal (BOM) has made a number of appointments in London to strengthen its credit platform.Paul Osment joins as managing director responsible for client coverage of credit products in the UK and Ireland. He joins from Dutch bank ABN Amro. Kyriacos Kythreotis joins him in the sales team as an associate to boost the marketing of credit products.
Laura Gill and Christophe Campagne join the bank as traders. Gill joins from National Australia Bank and Campagne from Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi. BOM said the two will increase the bank’s presence in both the cash credit and credit derivatives markets.
Andreas Koutras has also joined the bank to assist in the structuring and marketing effort. BOM said this will increase the team’s structured products capabilities.
Gill, Campagne and Koutras have all recently started at the bank. Osment and Kythreotis both start on June 1. All appointees will ultimately report to Rod Jones, head of capital markets.
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