Good credits will find open windows, says Merrill banker

Solid investment-grade issuers that have strong balance sheets are the ones that will find opportunity in the volatile credit markets, says Jason Murray.

Jason Murray joined Merrill Lynch Australia in mid-July as head of debt capital markets. He came from Citi where he spent six years in debt origination, and prior to that, from JPMorgan where he was a fixed-income trader for eight years. We interviewed him about his plans for growing MerrillÆs debt business and the outlook for the markets as a whole.

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