New board for European Primary Dealers Association

Stanislas de Caumont of Credit Suisse and Gunter Fluyt of ING will co-chair the new executive board of the European Primary Dealers Association (EPDA).

De Caumont, Credit Suisse's head of European government bonds and repos, and Fluyt, global head of rates and credits for developed markets at ING, will replace Christophe Rivoire, deputy head of rates trading at HSBC, and Paul Spurin, head of European government bond trading at Royal Bank of Scotland.

Spurin will stay on the board as vice-chair, while Antonio Cavarero, Société Générale's senior inflation trader and EPDA's treasurer, completes the new board.

The EPDA, an affiliate of the Securities Industry and Financial Markets Association, is a forum of dealers both from primary and secondary markets established to recommend best practices in the euro government securities markets.

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