abn-amros-debt-syndicate-manager-for-asia-resigns

ABN AMROÆs debt syndicate manager for Asia resigns

After four years at the Dutch bank, Herman Van Den Wall Bake is now expected to join Deutsche Bank's syndicate team in Singapore.
Herman Van Den Wall Bake has resigned from his position as debt syndicate manager for Asia at ABN AMRO, according to sources, and is currently on gardening leave. The banker is allegedly due to begin employment as syndicate manager at Deutsche Bank in Singapore later this summer.

Van Den Wall Bake will reportedly work under Mark Leahy, head of syndicate Asia within global markets, and alongside Saab Dash, vice president Asian fixed-income syndicate. Sources say he leaves the Dutch bank after four years, having worked in a dual role towards the end of his tenure, responsible for both the syndicate desk and the structuring of private placements. He evolved in this position under the...
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