Woodrow joins ABN AMRO

With Frank McKirgan promoted to a new global role in London, John Woodrow is poached from CLSA.

There has been a reorganization at ABN-AMRO with Asian equity derivatives boss, Frank McKirgan heading to London as the new global head of cash equity trading and sales trading.
McKirgan has hired John Woodrow from CLSA to be the new head of Asia-Pacific cash equity trading. Woodrow started yesterday. Prior to CLSA he spent 10 years with Deutsche Bank in Australia as head of derivatives trading.

ABN is attempting to better integrate equity traders and sales traders, with derivatives trading and hedge fund sales. The idea is to allow sales traders to have a better dialogue with dealers at fund management firms. By sitting next to derivatives and hedge fund sales, they...


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