ABN Amro has created a new financial markets advisory team, aimed at offering market risk and debt advisory services to financial institutions and corporates in Asia and Australia.
Greg Major, head of derivatives marketing for Asia-Pacific at Dutch bank ABN Amro, is relocating from Singapore to London to take on a new position as global head of financial markets advisory (FMA).
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