HSBC loses MTN banker

An MTNs banker has resigned from HSBC.

  • By Craig McGlashan, Francesca Young, Lewis McLellan
  • 21 Jun 2018

Rusmir Voloder, a vice=president on HSBC’s EMTN desk, has quit the bank. He had been at the firm for four years. Previously he was at Crédit Agricole CIB for two years, and at BNP Paribas for nearly seven years before that.

The departure comes at the ...

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