ABN Amro has made three senior appointments in Asia as part of an effort to boost its derivatives business in the region.Greg Major has started in a new Hong Kong-based position as ABN’s head of fixed income for Asia. He was formerly global head of financial markets advisory in London.
Meanwhile, Rajiv Baruah has been promoted to head of derivatives sales and marketing for South Asia, from his former job as head of primary origination derivatives structuring. And Jacqueline Tan has been appointed to the equivalent post for North Asia, from a previous position that included covering Taiwanese derivatives sales and marketing.
Baruah and Tan, who are both based Singapore, report to Denis McHugh, global head of derivatives sales and marketing in Amsterdam. They replace Jamie McWilliam, formerly the sole head of derivatives sales and marketing for Asia, who has moved to London with the Dutch bank.
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