New credit, govvie trading hires for ABN Amro in Europe

  • 20 Jun 2003

ABN Amro has made three senior hires to its credit trading business, reporting to Charlie Longden, the global head of credit market making and structured credit trading.

"Paul Zawierke, who used to manage our book, is going to New York to run the credit trading operation over there," Longden said.

Dan Broderick joins from ...

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