Barren loan market faces staffing reckoning

Five senior members of ING's emerging markets and loans teams in London have left the bank, as loans desks across London feel the strain of a 43% fall in business after an already tough year.

  • By Mariam Meskin, Mike Turner
  • 20 Jun 2019
Oliver Blount, managing director and head of loan capital markets for central and eastern Europe and the Middle East; Tim Kennedy, director of eastern Europe, the Middle East and Africa DCM; and Nick Vozianov, director of syndicated finance in the central and eastern Europe, Middle East and Africa ...

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