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Neal Shear

May 7, 2007

Morgan Stanley’s co-head of securities sales and trading, Neal Shear, explains why the firm reorganised the structure of its institutional securities, and the effect his role heading the trading division will have on risk taking. Kathryn Tully reports.

Nick Teller

April 2, 2007

The CEO of Commerzbank’s corporates and markets division is meeting his brief to cut costs and risk but, he tells Geraldine Lambe, under his aegis there will also be selective growth.

David Fass

March 5, 2007

Deutsche Bank’s head of global banking, EMEA, fills Geraldine Lambe in on the company’s numerous unsung successes: M&A, emerging markets and – surprisingly coming from an investment banker – cash management services during the execution of transactions.

Dow Kim

February 5, 2007

The co-president of global markets and investment banking at Merrill Lynch assures Geraldine Lambe that a spate of diversified acquisitions is all part of a disciplined strategy to reshape the company.

Paul Tucker

September 4, 2006

Intelligence gathering is a crucial part of the role of the head of markets at the Bank of England, for its purposes of preserving monetary and financial stability. Paul Tucker reveals to Geraldine Lambe the three ‘unknowable’ things that would aid in the management of risk.

Alvaro de Molina

February 2, 2005

Cuban immigrant Al de Molina has done an impressive job as treasurer of Bank of America (BofA). “In a difficult interest rate environment, he adroitly managed the ups and downs, with the treasury business ending up being an important contributor to the bottom line,” says Joe Morford, an analyst at RBC Capital Markets.

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