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Rabobank names Michael Every as head of financial markets research, Asia-Pac

In a release, Rabobank International Asia said it has appointed Mr Michael Every as Head of Financial Markets Research Asia-Pacific.

Based in Hong Kong, Mr Every will analyse major economic developments in the AsiaPacific region and contribute to macro economic research for Rabobank’s clients. He will also provide commentary and analysis of market events to support Rabobank’s sales, trading, structuring and management.

Martijn Nijziel, Head of Global Financial Markets Asia Pacific, says, “Mr Every’s 14 years experience as an economist and strategist, and his regional insight will strengthen Rabobank’s economic research capability in Asia.

“For companies to manage through volatility, understanding macro economic drivers has become critical. Rabobank’s dedicated research team specialises in analysing financial markets and macro economics to provide companies with informed opinion and insight to help them manage financial risk and find ways to grow their businesses.”

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