Credit Suisse makes fixed-income hires in Sydney

Chris Dickman has joined as head of institutional and middle-market sales for fixed-income, Australia and New Zealand. Dickman was previously head of structured product sales at Commonwealth Bank of Australia.

In addition, Clare-Louise Nightingale is appointed as director, responsible for the corporate derivatives business in Australia and New Zealand. Before the move, she handled fixed-income and commodity swaps sales for Goldman Sachs JBWere.

Adam Roberts-Thomson joins Nightingale's team as a vice-president. He was previously at JP Morgan, where he was in corporate derivatives sales.

The fixed-income retail structured products team recently partnered with California-based investment manager Pimco to launch the Principal-Protected Yield Fund, which offers investors exposure to a portfolio of potentially high-yielding investments in bond funds.

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