Société Générale has named two new
co-heads of its Asian flow fixed income and currencies team,
based in Hong Kong: Adam Reynolds, newly hired from Merrill
Lynch, and Robert Reilly from its own Sydney office.
At Merrill, Reynolds was European head of global currencies
flow sales. He is returning to Société
Générale after a gap of 16 years. In between he
has worked at HSBC in Tokyo in Hong Kong, and at Merrill Lynch
in London and Singapore.
Reilly was a managing director in rates trading at SG in
Sydney, and previously ran interest rate derivative trading and
sales there. He joined SG in Sydney in 1993, and has traded
rates and currencies.
Reynolds is charged with building a sales force with a
single point of contact for each client across rates and
currencies products. The team will work with other global
markets sales teams at SocGen, and cover global clients during
Asia Pacific trading hours.
Reilly will focus on the trading side and the
bank’s presence in G10 currency rates and FX
forwards. He will also expand the customer offering in emerging
Asian rates while supporting the development of non-deliverable
forward trading in Hong Kong as well as onshore trading in
Seoul and Taipei.
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