Ken Tashima has been appointed by ABN AMRO as Vice President, Senior Sales Consultant-Corporate Cash Management, Global Transaction Services, in Hong Kong. Tashima has been in the banking industry for 28 years and has extensive experience in the corporate cash management field. He joined ABN AMRO in April 2002 and is responsible for the development of cash management relationships with clients in the automotive, chemical, consumer, diversified, energy and healthcare sectors. Prior to joining ABN AMRO, he was Vice President, Cash Management Sales at Citibank in San Francisco. Tashima has also worked with Citibank in Asia Pacific and with JP Morgan, Bankers Trust and Union Bank of California in North America.
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