Dresdner Reels In BofA Trader

  • 08 Sep 2003
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Dresdner Kleinwort Wasserstein has hired David Singer, group of seven forwards trader at Bank of America in Singapore, as a short-term interest rate trader for its money markets group in the Lion City. Prior to his stints at BofA and ING Financial Markets, Singer was the head of short-term interest rate trading at Standard Chartered in Singapore (DW, 8/25/02).

Singer, who starts today, reports to Andreas Ruschkowski, head of capital markets in Singapore. Singer and Ruschkowski were traveling and could not be reached.

At BofA, Singer reported to Lee Chee Pin, head of foreign exchange in Singapore. Lee did not respond to messages.

 

  • 08 Sep 2003

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