Societe Generale corporate and investment banking has announced two senior appointments in its Asia-Pacific flow fixed income and currencies team to spearhead the bank's push on flow business.
Adam Reynolds and Robert Reilly have been appointed as Asia co-heads of the bank's flow fixed income and currencies team, with Reynolds looking after the development of the sales force and Reilly focusing on trading activities.
Based in Hong Kong, they report locally to Andrew Wardle, head of global markets for Asia-Pacific. Globally, Reynolds reports to Michael Burton, global head of flow foreign exchange sales in London, while Reilly reports to Christophe Coutte and Amaury D'Orsay, global co-heads of rates trading.
Reynolds, previously the European head of global currency flow sales with Merrill
Lynch, will focus on building a client focused sales team with single point of contact coverage for clients across the rates and currencies product range throughout the region.
Reilly, previously managing director, rates trading at Societe Generale corporate and
investment banking in Sydney, now heads the bank's trading team and will focus on
strengthening the bank's presence in G10 rates and FX forwards in Asia-Pacific. The bank said he will also expand the customer offering in emerging Asia rates while supporting the development of non-deliverable forward trading in Hong Kong as well as the onshore trading in Seoul and Taipei.