HSBC’s Police leaves structured products role

HSBC Global Markets has restructured its derivatives sales in London, aligning its flow and equity sales and separating out its exotics business.

Amilcare Police, previously responsible for both vanilla and exotics sales, will remain at the bank but not as head of equity derivatives in Europe, the Middle East and Africa (Emea).

HSBC Global Markets’ flow business, which includes vanilla, exchange-traded funds and delta one sales, will be aligned with the cash business under Nigel Grinyer, head of

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