Paul Tregidgo: Syndicate was the hub of everything
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Paul Tregidgo: Syndicate was the hub of everything

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There must be few people with long careers in international debt capital markets who do not know Paul Tregidgo. Having worked at Credit Suisse and its various affiliates for a total of 32 years, he was a stalwart of the bond world and became renowned in emerging market and sovereign, supranational and agency circles.

He didn’t actually start in banking. First he was an asset finance lawyer, working from 1978 in London and Hong Kong. But when he quit Hong Kong in 1985 to return to Europe, he interviewed with a group of investment banks, keen to dive into the rapidly growing Eurobond market. 

He ended up in bond transaction management at 22 Bishopsgate, where the likes of Michael von Clemm, Hans-Joerg Rudloff and Adrian Cooper were building the Eurobond franchise of Credit Suisse First Boston.

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