Tom Majewski appointed Head of CLO Origination in the Americas


Tom Majewski appointed Head of CLO Origination in the Americas

RBS Securities Inc. (RBS) today announced that Tom Majewski has joined the firm's Global Banking & Markets division in the Americas as a Managing Director in its Asset-Backed Finance coverage and advisory team.

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19 September 2011

Mr. Majewski will be responsible for originating structured transactions - including collateralized loan obligations (CLOs) - and for providing distribution solutions to corporate and financial institution clients of the bank. He will be based in Stamford, CT and report to Daniel McGarvey, Head of Asset-Backed Finance and Financial Institution Banking, Americas.

Mr. Majewski has 15 years of experience in the Asset-Backed Securities (ABS) markets and has specialized in originating, executing and distributing CLOs and structured credit transactions for more than 10 years. He joins RBS from AMP Capital Investors where he was Head of the Subordinate Debt and Infrastructure Group in the Americas and a member of the firm's global investment committee and global divisional leadership group. Prior to AMP, Mr. Majewski was with Access Capital Advisors where he served as the lead portfolio manager for CLOs and direct corporate debt investments and was also a member of the firm's executive committee and global investment committee. Throughout his career, Mr Majewski has also held a broad array of senior-level positions across the CLO sector at financial institutions such as Merrill Lynch, Bear Stearns/JP Morgan and Salomon Brothers.

"The addition of Tom to our Asset-Backed Finance team highly complements our existing industry-leading CLO trading franchise and our top-tier global market positions in the primary and secondary ABS markets,” said Daniel McGarvey, Head of Asset-Backed Finance and Financial Institution Banking, Americas at RBS Securities. “We are looking forward to leveraging Tom's expertise as we continue to deliver a full range of securitized debt products to our clients in support of their financial objectives."

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