“Will’s appointment will enable us to expand our unrivalled customer franchise in Asia through increased trading capability, focus on new products and idea generation. This will make a key contribution towards our goal of being recognised as a premier provider of foreign exchange derivatives in the Asian time zone,” said Leighton.
In Shropshire’s capacity as global head of currency investment products, he will focus on all aspects of delivery and development of forex products for the bank’s internal and external investor clients. He will report to Nick Beecroft, global head of forex trading in London, who commented that Shropshire’s appointment will benefit the bank’s wholesale banking clients as well as meet the wealth management needs of its retail investor clients.
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