ABN Amro makes Singapore swing

Dutch bank restructures and moves Sydney staff to Singapore

ABN Amro has restructured its regional futures business and is moving staff from its Sydney office to operate out of a single office in Singapore.

The move was made to strengthen its currency futures capabilities, said Singapore-based Steve Ng, managing director for the bank's futures operations in Asia. He said the bank is already an active player in the currency futures market and that the move would strengthen its position by operating out of a single hub.

"Currency futures is an important

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