UBS makes senior equity trading changes

UBS has made a number of changes to equity business in Asia which places David Innerdale as the head of it equities trading business. The Swiss bank has also lured Citadel volatility staffer, Marcel Bessent to head up corporate trading.

  • 10 Sep 2010

UBS made a series of management changes to its Asia trading business, which sees David Innerdale appointed as Asia head of equity trading, according to an internal memo read by asiamoney.com.

Innerdale who moved into the position in late August was previously UBS’ Asia-Pacific head of equities-linked trading, having ...

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