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Natixis boosts Asia-Pacific global markets team
New appointments to support regional growth and development
21 Apr 2021 | The Asset

Natixis has announced six new appointments to its global markets team in Asia-Pacific to support its growth in the region. Eddison An joins Natixis in Hong Kong as executive director of global markets sales for China. An will focus on credit, cross-border solutions, and cross-assets transactions. He will report to Kirk Liu, head of global markets sales, Greater China.

Marcus Teng has been appointed head of corporate sales, global markets, China. Based in Shanghai, he will be reporting to Kirk Liu, and locally to Hong Liu, senior country manager, Greater China.

Teng will lead the China corporate sales team, where he will work closely with various stakeholders across business groups, to deliver different products across the corporate platform, as well as developing business opportunities and deepening existing relationships with onshore and offshore Chinese corporates, including state-owned enterprises, privately owned enterprises, and Hong Kong blue-chip companies.

Jason Lee joins corporate sales, global markets, China. Based in Beijing, he will be reporting to Teng, and locally to Simon Qin, Beijing branch manager. In addition to supporting Teng in his role, Lee will also collaborate closely with Natixis’ sector teams on strategic finance transactions, and provide multi-asset solutions to assist clients with risk hedging, liability and liquidity management, and yield enhancement.

Michael Man has been appointed to the Hong Kong office as director of global markets sales. He will be responsible for the global securities financing (GSF) fixed income business, with a particular focus on supporting all interbank business cross-asset products. He will also assist in the development of the GSF equity franchise in the region. Man reports to Eric Elbaz, head of sales & financial engineering, Asia-Pacific.

Hiroshi Hara joins the Tokyo office in regional fixed income sales. Hara will be responsible for developing relationships with regional institutions, covering non-flow products and expanding the flow business. He reports to Kazuoki Shirase, head of regional financial institutions sales.

Satoshi Harada has been appointed to flow product sales in Japan. Based in Tokyo, Harada will be responsible for executing trades on fixed income products, and will work closely with trading desks and local flow sales to ensure that clients’ needs are met. He reports to Hirofumi Satoi, global markets sales, Japan.

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