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Credit Suisse names Rob Maher head, European AES sales

28 January 2008  |  2858 views  |  0 Source: Credit Suisse

We are pleased to announce that Rob Maher has been named Head of European AES Sales, reporting locally to Naseer Al-Khudairi and Gerry Keneally for distribution, and globally to Manny Santayana. He will be based in London.

Rob joined AES in New York in 2002 and was named Head of West Coast Sales in 2006. He has been a tremendously effective and successful salesperson and manager for AES in the Americas and is in a unique position to combine the best of the European and Americas sales methodologies.

AES has established itself as the dominant player in algorithmic trading, particularly in equities. We are now focusing on realising the full potential of the AES product and on expanding the brand to other asset classes. With Rob's appointment, we will continue to add new markets to this offering.

We are confident that this appointment will help us realise the full potential of this business. Please join us in congratulating Rob in his new role.

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