Merrill Reels In Deutsche Bank Trader For Exotics Role

  • 26 Oct 2005
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Merrill Lynch has hired Mathilde Roland, v.p. and equity derivatives trader at Deutsche Bank in Hong Kong, in a new role focusing on exotics trading for multi-regional transactions. "As multi-country and multi-regional products continue to grow, it was appropriate for us to cover this real-time in Asia as well," said James Rodríguez de Castro managing director in global equity markets at Merrill in Hong Kong. Roland will focus on multi-regional equity basket trades, which had previously been covered from London and New York, and joins as a v.p.

At Deutsche Bank, Roland reported to Chiehmi Chan, Asia ex-Japan head of equity derivatives trading in Hong Kong. Chan said the position has been filled internally, declining further comment.
  • 26 Oct 2005

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