BAML replaces G-10 FX forwards head in Asia

Alex Tee joins from Barclays to head Singapore desk


Bank of America Merrill Lynch (BAML) has appointed Alex Tee to run its G-10 foreign exchange forwards business for Asia-Pacific.

Based in Singapore, Tee replaces Stephan Wenger, who left the bank in March, and subsequently joined asset manager Noble Group as a portfolio manager and head of Asia macro trading.

Tee joins from Barclays, where he had worked as a FX forwards trader since 2004, after joining from National Australia Bank. At the time, he reported to Dean Tonkin, who ran the FX forwards

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