Credit Suisse CDO Head Readies For Retirement

  • 28 Mar 2006
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Patrick Van Der Borght, director and head of European structuring for cash collateralized debt obligations at Credit Suisse in London, is preparing to retire from the firm and the industry. Van Der Borght could not immediately be reached but Rebecca O'Neill, spokeswoman in London, said he has given notice although no leaving date has yet been set.

Van Der Borght will be replaced by Adrian Radulescu, a director in the CDO group in New York, who relocated to London last year in preparation for the handover. Van Der Borght reports to Clayton Perry, head of European CDO structuring in London, and Jerry De Vito, co-head of global cash CDOs in New York.
  • 28 Mar 2006

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