FX people moves: Dresdner fills its Asia office – Monica Conti, Rob Coughlan, Adrian Loh and Gladys Lee
Dresdner Kleinwort has announced a series of appointments in its Singapore office this week, a move that follows 10 other appointments in the last two months across London, Frankfurt and New York.
The first new recruit is Monica Conti, who joins from Merrill Lynch in London. She will move to Singapore to be a director focusing on central banks sales for fixed income and FX. Conti will report locally to Walter Fuchs, head of capital markets Asia, ex-Japan, and globally to Ricardo Zulliger, global head of FX and local markets sales.
Conti makes a start with Rob Coughlan, who comes from Deutsche Bank in Sydney and who is joining Dresdner as a director in hedge fund sales. Coughlan will report locally to my old mate Keith Dack, director and head of local markets and FX Asia, and globally to Zulliger.
The last two new hires are Adrian Loh and Gladys Lee, who come in on the FX sales and structuring team and the FX sales team respectively. Loh joins from Lehman Brothers in Hong Kong and Lee moves over from Credit Suisse. Both will report locally to Dack.