UK - ABN AMRO has appointed senior analyst Alison Miller (pictured) to its credit strategy research team.
Miller, who joins as global head of credit strategy, was formerly of Dresdner Kleinwort Wasserstein, where she held a similar role and was highly ranked in investor surveys.
“Alison’s depth of experience in credit strategy makes her well qualified to develop an integrated strategy offering, that is seamlessly linked to the fundamental sector credit research and portfolio analytics groups,” said recently appointed head of credit research, Roger Appleyard.
Miller has worked as a strategist in the credit markets for five years having started her strategy career with Chase Manhattan, after working with the Bank of England and the Financial Services Authority.
She leads a four-strong team comprising credit strategist Hans Peter Lorenzen and quantitative credit strategists Dominic Kini and Haqnoor Khan.
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