Crédit Agricole CIB makes senior appointments in credit and rates

Crédit Agricole Corporate and Investment Bank has appointed Benjamin Lamberg as head of global debt markets (GDM) for Asia, including Japan where he will oversee the primary and secondary GDM trading activity locally. He will continue to expand the marketability of Crédit Agricole CIB’s GDM products in the region, relay the bank’s global effort to build up its USD platform and facilitate cross border flows.


Based in Hong Kong, Lamberg will report locally to Graham Williams, head of fixed income markets (FIM) for Asia ex. Japan, and functionally to Philippe Rakotovao, global head of GDM. He will be a member of the GDM executive committee.


The bank also named Bruce Cairnduff as head of the debt capital markets (DCM) team for Asia including Japan. Previously head of financial institutions and covered bond syndicate based in London, he will be relocating to Hong Kong as of July 30. He will be responsible for overseeing all of Crédit Agricole CIB’s primary debt activities in the region. In this capacity, he will work closely with the bank’s corporates and financial institutions teams to offer debt advisory and debt solutions to corporate and financial institutions. He will oversee the team of DCM professionals throughout the region, which will work closely with the bank’s coverage bankers in Asia, including Japan and Australia.


He will report locally to Williams and functionally to Tim Hall, global head of DCM. Cairnduff  will be a member of the global DCM management committee.   



4 Jul 2012


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