Head of Client Structuring and Solutions for banks in North America

Head of Client Structuring and Solutions for banks in North America

RBS Securities Inc. today announced the appointment of Shad Quraishi as Head of Client Structuring and Solutions for banks in North America.

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28 March 2011

In this new role, Mr. Quraishi joins the firm's Client Solutions team which covers a broad array of asset classes across RBS' multi-faceted Markets business to provide clients with tailored solutions to help them achieve their financial objectives. He will be based in Stamford, CT and report to Miles Hunt and Joe Carney, Co-Heads of Client Structuring and Solutions, Americas.

Mr. Quraishi will be focused on developing and delivering financial solutions for RBS' North American banking clients. His appointment is an integral component of the firm's continued initiatives to strategically enhance and expand the Client Structuring and Solutions franchise in the Americas. He joins the bank from NewOak Capital where he was Vice Chairman and Co-Head of Capital Markets. Prior to that, he was with UBS where he served as Global Head of their Asset-Backed Finance business, and subsequently joint-head of their Real-Estate Distressed Workout Group.

Miles Hunt, Co-Head of Client Structuring and Solutions, Americas at RBS Securities, said, "We will look to Shad to provide our bank clients with high-quality, forward-looking solutions across the structured solutions market. As structured products have traditionally been an area of strength for RBS, we are excited to have Shad on board to help us strategically expand our presence in North America."

Mr. Quraishi is a graduate of the George Washington University where he holds an MBA and a Bachelor's degree in Business Administration as well as a Master's degree in Business Taxation from the University of Southern California.

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