Published February 01, 2017
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Date: February 01, 2017
Categories: Markets Exchanges, Transaction Banking
Keywords: UniCredit, Investment Banking, Corporate Banking, MNC
UniCredit announced that it is further strengthening its Corporate & Investment Banking International Network of foreign branches and representative offices with senior appointments in Asia and in France.
In Asia, Simon Tutt is appointed Singapore Branch Manager, effective 1 February 2017. Mr. Tutt takes over from Albert Kong, who decided to pursue new opportunities outside of the bank. The appointment is subject to the approval of the local regulatory authorities. Amit Roy is appointed Chief Representative, Mumbai, and Constance Au is appointed Head of Asian Multinational Corporates (MNC), South Asia, based in Singapore, with both appointments effective immediately. The executives appointed in Asia report to Michele Amadei, Head of Asia Pacific Region. In France, Florence Blazy has joined UniCredit as Senior Banker for the coverage of French large corporate clients of UniCredit Group, including corporates, financial sponsors, and financial institutions, effective immediately. Ms. Blazy will be based in Paris and report to Patrick Soulard, Head of UniCredit Corporate & Investment Banking France.
Gianfranco Bisagni Co-Head of Corporate & Investment Banking at UniCredit, said: “These appointments are part of the further strengthening and fine tuning of the CIB across our international network, with 400 professionals located in 18 countries on four continents. The appointments will enable us to improve our comprehensive services to corporate customers and better serve their international business needs.”
“We continue to selectively increase our focus in geographies where we can further support our European clients accessing international markets and offer access to our Western, Central and Eastern European network to international corporates and investors,” added Olivier Khayat, Co-Head of Corporate & Investment Banking at UniCredit.
Re-disseminated by The Asian Banker