CSFB reorganises derivatives structuring teams in Asia

Credit Suisse First Boston (CSFB) has reorganised its derivatives structuring teams in Asia in an effort to more closely integrate all areas of the business. As part of the move, the various derivatives structuring groups will now report to a single head of structuring for Asia.

The reorganisation, which came into effect last week, will mean that equity, credit, interest rate and forex derivatives structuring will now fall under Carl Bautista, managing director and head of structuring of the emerging markets group in Hong Kong.

One of the benefits of CSFB’s reorganisation will be an increased focus on hybrid derivatives products, such as credit-linked notes with an equity overlay, said one insider at the bank in Hong Kong.

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