Credit Suisse loses senior Asia prime broking staff; names replacements

Credit Suisse building in London's Canary Wharf

Neil Hounslow, Credit Suisse's Asia-Pacific head of flow financing within the prime brokerage division, has left along with two senior members of his team, a spokesperson for the bank has confirmed. Hounslow is reported to be taking up a similar role at JP Morgan.

Dereke Seeto, Australian head of prime services, will relocate from Sydney to Hong Kong to take up Hounslow's position. Seeto will report to Matt Pecot, Credit Suisse's head of prime services for Asia-Pacific, and to Rob Maloney, head

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