More NewsCommerzbank Fixed Income Head Appointed COO at Reech

Commerzbank Fixed Income Head Appointed COO at Reech

Frederic Robert has been appointed chief operating officer of Reech Capital and will oversee the efforts of its three main business groups to develop the international distribution of its capital markets services. He will also be responsible for coordinating the business’ continual development company-wide allowing Reech to meet the ever-changing needs of its clients. Robert assumes this position from that of head of business and strategic development where he spearheaded recent partnerships with CreditTrade and IBM. He joined Reech Capital from Commerzbank where he was head of fixed income and credit structured products. Previous positions include being the founding managing director of Nikko Financial Products while at Nikko and spearheading the structured derivatives business at Paribas.

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