Danske Bank has brought in longtime banking executive Jason Mann to help reinforce its credit syndicate desk. He joins the group as its newest Senior Credit Syndicate Manager in its Debt Capital Markets (DCM) business with immediate effect according to a recent Bloomberg report.
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In his new role, Mr. Mann will be based out of the group’s Copenhagen branch, where he will be reporting to the lender’s co-heads of the DCM unit, Derry Hubbard and Paul Gregory. The appointment is the first at Danske Bank in 2016 in its DCM unit, and the latest role for Mann who has been involved in the syndicate business for nearly two decades.
Mr. Mann is no stranger to the fixed income syndicate and trading business, having previously worked at JPMorgan for over three years in its London branch. In this capacity he worked as the FIG Syndicate Manager, where he was responsible for idea generation and marketing to financial institutions globally for bonds issued in Europe.
Prior to joining JPMorgan in 2011, Mr. Mann also held a other senior positions at UBS as its FIG Syndicate Manager, Citigroup as a Senior Credit Trader and ABS and FIG Syndicate Manager, as well as Salomon Brothers as a Syndicate Trader, part of a lengthy career extending back to 1993, according to information made public on his Linkedin profile.