Dresdner Kleinwort Wasserstein (DrKW) has made a number of sales and trading appointments within its capital markets team in Paris.Caroline Drieu La Rochelle joins from Credit Lyonnais, to market interest rate derivatives to French financial institutions. At Credit Lyonnais she covered a wide range of French insurance companies, banks and asset managers. She reports to Laurent Depraz, head of derivatives marketing, France.
Olivier Pruvost, who comes from Deutsche Bank, will be responsible for equity portfolio trading and flow derivatives for French-speaking institutional clients. He reports to Zach Tuckwell, European head of portfolio trading and flow derivatives.
Alix Bernard hails from Crédit Agricole Indosuez (CAI) and is a vice-president of credit sales. At CAI she was head of short-term products sales to French and Benelux banks and asset managers. Bernard reports to Richard Denuit, head of fixed-income sales, France.
Nathalie Dubée joins from ABN Amro as a vice-president in short-term products sales. She reports to Manuel Postigo, European head of short-term product sales.
In addition, Sabrina Derrough joins DrKW in London as a vice-president in foreign exchange sales, France. She joins from Bank of Tokyo Mitsubishi where she covered French corporates. At DrKW, Derrough reports to Luca Allara, head of forex sales for France, Italy and Iberia.
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