Credit craftsman



Ron Tanemura may not have been one of the first into the credit derivatives market, but he certainly made a big impression. Before retiring from Goldman Sachs three years ago, Tanemura played a major part in establishing it as a credit derivatives house. Prior to that role, he spent four years at Deutsche Bank shaping its credit strategy.

"I think I had the good fortune to live in one of those rare times when the sun and the moon and the stars were aligned," remarks Tanemura, who is now retired

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