Merrill, Deutsche Bank Swap Scandi Structured Officials

Merrill Lynch has hired John Hejndorf Kristiansen, director in Scandinavian flow credit sales at Deutsche Bank in London, to market synthetic and cash collateralized debt obligations to the Nordic region.

  • 21 Dec 2006
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Merrill Lynch has hired John Hejndorf Kristiansen, director in Scandinavian flow credit sales at Deutsche Bank in London, to market synthetic and cash collateralized debt obligations to the Nordic region. He replaced Zuzana Slaninkova, who went in the other direction taking Hejndorf Kristiansen's previous role at Deutsche Bank. Reached in their new positions, Hejndorf Kristiansen and Slaninkova declined comment.

Kristiansen reported to Mads Steenberg, head of Scandinavian fixed-income sales, at Deutsche Bank and reports to Linda Koster, head of Nordic credit sales at Merrill.

  • 21 Dec 2006

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