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FX people moves: Commerz hires new head of Asian FIC sales

Commerzbank has announced the appointment of Tan Kok Wee as head of fixed income and currencies sales Asia.

Tan has more than 30 years of experience in the Asian markets. Previously he was at Credit Suisse First Boston, where he was responsible for all of CSFB’s operations in Singapore. Before that he was at Bear Stearns, where he managed the Singapore office and the distribution of fixed income and derivatives to clients in non-Japan Asia and Australia.

Tan will be based in Singapore, reporting globally to Nikolaus Giesbert, global head of fixed income and currencies sales, and regionally to Nick Johnston, head of corporates and markets Asia.

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