CréditAg picks crossover approach for EM

Crédit Agricole will not be hiring another EM syndicate specialist in 2012 to directly replace Ray Ressy, according to Tim Hall, the bank’s global head of debt capital markets origination, fixed income markets.

  • 20 Jul 2012

Instead, the bank is looking to add staff with a broad range of skills who can reflect the increasingly crossover nature of the EM investor base.

Ressy, who left the bank in April, was the third experienced EM hire the bank has lost from that position in as many ...

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