RBS appoints credit derivatives structurer

The Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) has hired Marc Freydefont as senior credit derivatives structurer.

In his new role, he will be focusing on building RBS’s presence in the credit hybrid market-place, including CDOs (collateralised debt obligation) and CPPI (constant proportion portfolio insurance) products. He will report to Alberto Thomas, head of credit derivatives structuring, structured credit and equity products group at RBS global banking and markets.

Freydefont joins from Credit Suisse, where most recently he was a director within the synthetic CDO structuring group, originating and structuring synthetic CDOs and CPPI transactions.

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