DrKW Structured Co-Chief To Step Out

DrKW's London co-head of structured and alternative markets is set to leave the firm.

  • 02 Aug 2005
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Chris Seery, co-head of structured and alternative markets at Dresdner Kleinwort Wasserstein in London, has announced his intention to leave the firm. Seery did not return messages left with his secretary and the reason for his departure could not be determined. An official at the firm said Seery's departure date has not yet been fixed and he is expected to remain at the firm at least until the end of the month. Neil Winward, co-head with Seery and based in New York, has been named global head of the group. Louise Beeson, spokeswoman for Dresdner in London, declined comment.

The structured and alternative markets division was created when DrKW combined its derivatives business into one cross-asset class group in April. Seery was previously global head of equity derivatives and Winward headed up structured finance.

  • 02 Aug 2005

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