Mr. da Silveira is a highly experienced banker and businessman, with 20 years in a variety of senior roles for financial institutions and corporates in the US and Asia. He joins ABN AMRO from DBS Bank in Singapore, where he was Managing Director of the Capital Markets Division and Head of Mergers & Acquisitions and Direct Investments. His previous positions include Auric Pacific Group, the Singapore-based food company, where he was Chief Executive Officer, and Lippo Investments Management, where he ran the fund management division in Hong Kong. A Brazilian national, he started his career in the 1980s in the US with Deposit Guaranty National Bank and Worthen Bank and Trust Co. He has an MBA from Manchester Business School in the UK. In his new role at ABN AMRO, Mr da Silveira will be responsible for corporate cash management sales and services in Latin America, including Mexico and Brazil – where ABN AMRO is one of the leading international banks through its acquisition of Banco Real. He will be based in Miami and report to Maarten Mol, Global Head of Corporate Cash Management, who is based in Amsterdam.
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