Renaissance man arrives at Credit Suisse

Paul Raphadl discusses his new role, the potential he sees in China and India, and the growing importance of syndicated investing to banks in the region.

Credit Suisse recently relocated Paul Raphadl from London to be its new head of non-Japan Asia-Pacific investment banking. Here he discusses his plans and his outlook for the region

Can you tell us what your role in London was, prior to your transfer to Asia
I was co-head of our financing businesses in Europe. That included ECM and DCM, equity derivatives, debt derivatives, leveraged finance and origination. But my day job was really looking after the equity side of...

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