More NewsABN AMRO Expands Commodity Derivatives Trading Team

ABN AMRO Expands Commodity Derivatives Trading Team

Wayne Harburn and Vincent Chevance have joined ABN AMRO in the respective positions of Global Head of Commodity Trading and Global Head of Commodity Marketing. Both join from BNP Paribas, where Harburn was Head of European Energy Trading and Chavonez was Head of Marketing for Energy Derivatives. ‘The enhanced team will help ABN AMRO capitalise on last year’s move into the over-the-counter commodity derivatives market,’ said Graham Bird, Global Head of Rates Markets.

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