Ex-RBS veteran Wade joins Natixis

John Wade has been appointed as Natixis’ head of syndicate and medium-term notes for Asia-Pacific as the bank looks to boost market share in the region’s debt space.

John Wade, a former Royal Bank of Scotland veteran, has joined Natixis as its head of syndicate and medium-term notes for Asia-Pacific, a move that is part of the bank’s Asian growth push.

Wade, who spent eight years at the UK bank until March this year, was most recently head of debt capital markets and bondloan syndication for Asia-Pacific and was responsible for managing underwriting risk across bond and loan books.

He was also responsible for building the bank’s multicurrency DCM franchise and also  specialised in G3 dollar, euro and yen and local currencies, primarily in offshore renminbi, Hong Kong and Singapore dollar-denominated transactions.

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