Rabo hires Asia structuring chief

Netherlands-headquartered Rabobank has hired Anand Batepati to be its new product structuring head in its global financial markets business. His focus will be to structure asset liability management tools for institutional investors.

  • 01 Dec 2010

Rabobank has lured Anand Batepati from HSBC to head up the firm’s head of multi asset structuring business for Asia.

Based in Hong Kong, Batepati sits within the Rabobank’s global financial markets division. He will report to Howard Tong, head of client structured products, Asia Pacific.

Batepati’s role ...

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