Dutch Bank ABN Amro has hired Ali Ahmed as head of Asian equity derivatives trading in Hong Kong, according to an official at the bank in the territory.
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ABN Amro Asset Management has started offering Singaporean retail investors access to its ABN Amro Multi-Strategy Fund.
ABN Amro and Eureka Hedge Advisors, a hedge fund research and advisory service based in Hong Kong and Singapore, have launched a benchmark index for Asian hedge funds. The service is aimed at provid...
ABN Amro's Asian head of equity derivatives in Hong Kong, Frank McKirgan, will transfer to London in the third quarter, according to an official at the bank in Hong Kong.
Dutch bank ABN Amro has hired Tan Huilin as head of foreign exchange options sales in Singapore.
New longer-dated benchmarks for Hong Kong interest rate swaps could boost the city’s local derivatives market, say some market participants.
CLSA, the emerging markets arm of French bank Crédit Lyonnais, plans to offer prime brokerage services in the Asia-Pacific region to cater for an anticipated growth of the hedge fund market in the ...
The cost of five-year subordinate credit protection on ABN Amro widened several basis points to 38bp-mid as bond-holders bought protection after Moody's placed its Aa subordinate debt rating on nega...
ABN Amro has hired Jamie McWilliam to bolster its structured derivatives team in Hong Kong.
Dutch bank ABN Amro has promoted MC Subramaniam to head of credit structuring and loan products in Singapore. Subramaniam will take responsibility for the bank's origination, risk management and exe...
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