Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) has hired Andy Savill as an equity derivatives sales manager for the UK and Ireland.Savill will report to Sian Hurrell, head of structured sales solutions and Geoffroy Wallier, head of equity derivatives structuring and marketing.
Based in London, he will be charged with developing the bank's equity derivatives business across the two countries.
Savill joins from Abbey National, where worked for six years in equity derivatives sales and market risk. Prior to Abbey, he worked in the market risk department at Lloyds TSB.
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