ING closes London CB team but says it ‘remains a player’

  • 16 Jan 2004

ING has shut down its London convertible bond team. The bank said the closure will result in a “handful of redundancies”, though it hopes to reassign some of the staff to other areas of the bank.

The closure follows the departure of 13 members of the team to Nomura’s London convertible business in ...

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