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French banking group BNP Paribas has hired Pierre Katerdjian to join its credit and rates marketing group in Australia. Katerdjian, who joins from Deutsche Bank where he traded Australian credit derivatives, will start on June 2.
The organisation responsible for the administration and operation of the wholesale National Electricity Market (NEM) in Australia in accordance with the National Electricity Law and Rules. AEMO’s aim is to provide an effective infrastructure for the...
St George Bank is poised to begin implementing a version of Reuters' Kondor+ dealing and risk management system that has been modified to meet Australian market requirements. The Kondor+ installation is part of a wider overhaul of St George's dealing...
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