Rabobank International has formed a New York-based equity and fund derivatives team within its global financial markets (GFM) group.
Mark Garbin, managing director and head of equity and fund derivatives for Rabobank in the Americas, will lead the team. Garbin was previously managing director and managing principal of SG Constellation, a structured finance affiliate of Société Générale.
Key members of the team include: Joseph D’Anna, managing director and head of equity and fund derivatives structuring; Igor Tydniouk, vice-president responsible for quantitative development; Marius Kerdel, vice-president of structured product sales and origination; and, Mark van der Straaten, vice-president of structured product sales.
Sheldon Sussman, head of global financial markets and member of the managing board for Rabobank International, said: “We now have a robust and highly skilled capability in the Americas to complement and support our well-developed equity and fund derivatives business in Europe and Asia, and can provide clients around the world with a fully integrated global market offering and world-class risk management solutions.”
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