RBC’s FICC chief departs after short stint

Mike Bass, Royal Bank of Canada’s head of fixed income, currencies and commodities for Asia, has departed after a one year stint at the bank.

  • 10 Dec 2010

Mike Bass, head of Asian fixed income, currency and commodities for Royal Bank of Canada (RBC) has left the bank. He’d been at the bank for just one year.

Two officials at the bank in Hong Kong confirmed Bass’s departure, with one adding that no external announcement had yet ...

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