Credit Suisse prime brokerage COO leaves, looks to buy-side

Rocco Paduano has left his chief operating officer role at Credit Suisse’s prime brokerage after 14 months. It is understood that Paduano does not have a particular role to go to but is looking to rejoin the buy-side.

  • 26 Nov 2010

Chang Kymm is stepping into his role, an internal move from his job as chief operational officer in the client trading and execution business. He will report to Matt Pecot, head of Asian prime broking at Credit Suisse. A replacement for this role has not yet been confirmed.

Paduano joined ...

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