ABN deepens Asian asset securitization.

Three new faces emerge for the bank in Singapore and Mumbai.

ABN AMRO has appointed three new members to its asset securitization franchise. Joining the Dutch organisation will be Boudewijn Berger, Mindi Lee and Nachiket Naik in two of its Asian offices.

Berger relocates to ABN Singapore from a Fortis Bank position in the Netherlands. At ABN, he takes on responsibility for product development and will drive the broader application of its Asia specific, asset backed commercial paper vehicle known as Orchid. Berger will also look after asset securitization in Thailand.

His new position signifies a return to ABN AMRO. Berger previously worked within the bank's European securitization franchise. In total, Berger has over 16 years...

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