Rabobank moves structuring from Singapore to HK

Rabobank International has announced plans to relocate its structuring arm in Singapore to Hong Kong. It said the move was in line with its corporate strategy to strengthen its capabilities in structured product origination, risk management and distribution in the region. The move should be completed by Q2 2006.

To complement that move, Rabobank has appointed Donal Galvin as head of global financial markets for Asia, which he assumed on January 1, 2006, with responsibilities for financial market operations in North and Southeast Asia, India and Japan. John Lim has also joined Rabobank as head of structured sales for Asia, overseeing development of client relationships for placement of structured products. Prior to this, Lim was head of fixed income for North Asia at Standard Chartered Bank in Hong Kong.

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