Isda AGM: Election of 11 board members

The announcement was made at Isda’s 24th annual general meeting in Beijing today.

The four new directors are: Brian Archer, global head of credit trading at Citi; Jonathan Hunter, global co-head of fixed income and currencies at RBC Capital Markets; TJ Lim, global co-head of markets at UniCredit; and Nobukazu Saeki, deputy general manager, Mitsubishi UFJ Securities.

The re-elected directors are: Thibaut de Roux, global head of structured rates and equity products at HSBC; Nitin Gulabani, global head of rates at Standard Chartered; Alan Haywood, head of oil supply and trading at BP Oil International; Peter Healey, chief operating officer of fixed income, currencies and commodities at UBS; Frederic Janbon, global head of fixed income at BNP Paribas; Eric Litvack, global chief operating officer of volatility trading at Société Générale; and Gerhard Seebacher, head of global credit products at Bank of America Merrill Lynch.

Meanwhile, those directors continuing on the board are: Michele Faissola, global head of rates in the global markets division at Deutsche Bank; Diane Genova, general counsel for the investment bank at JP Morgan Chase; Dixit Joshi, head of equities, Europe, the Middle East, Africa and Asia-Pacific, at Barclays Capital; Pierre-Emmanuel Juillard, chief executive of the structured finance division at AXA Investment Managers; Ted MacDonald, treasurer at the DE Shaw Group; Stephen O’Connor, managing director at Morgan Stanley; Bill Powers, managing director and member of Pimco’s investment committee; Riccardo Rebonato, global head of market risk for the global banking and markets division, and head of analytics, at Royal Bank of Scotland; Thomas Riggs, managing director at Goldman Sachs; Eraj Shirvani, head of fixed income, Europe, the Middle East and Africa, at Credit Suisse; Atsushi Takahashi, general manager, derivatives products division, at Mizuho Corporate Bank; and Lili Wang, senior executive vice-president at ICBC.

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