The Royal Bank of Scotland, Financial Markets announced the appointment of Martin Conway as Senior Interest Rate Exotics Trader. He will report to Charles Harris, Head of Interest Rate Exotics. Martin will be responsible for the pricing, trading and execution of a range of exotic products while working with the rest of the exotics team to develop new exotic products based on customer demand and market opportunity. Martin joins RBS Financial Markets from UBS Warburgs in London, where he was responsible for the trading and risk managing a range of complex Exotic products. Prior to this he worked as a Risk Management Advisor at UBS Warburgs, providing clients with interest rate derivative products and solutions.
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