We are delighted to announce that Rodolfo Diotallevi is joining NPL Markets as Senior Advisor. His experience and recognised competence built across senior roles at Merrill Lynch and Nomura in banking and capital markets will be highly valuable to help increase our bank and investor reach.
Rodolfo Diotallevi joins NPL Markets
By Jamie Reynolds
Head of Product
Published Monday 9 March, 2020
‘This is an exciting time for financial markets. Markets are evolving and the way investors and clients interact is changing. NPL Markets is at the forefront of creating an innovative platform that combines both trading systems and interactive analytic tools that facilitate the relationship between buyers and sellers - improving the connectivity between users. In doing so, they have succeeded in creating a new dynamic, liquid and effective marketplace for illiquid assets - starting from non-performing, UTP and performing loans.’ - Rodolfo Diotallevi
Rodolfo has more than 20 years’ experience providing financial institutions with financing solutions around debt and structured credit.
Over his career Rodolfo has executed many high profile debt capital markets and structured finance transactions in EMEA for a total value in excess of US$150bn across different products, markets and currencies, successfully advising clients in the placement and structuring of debt, hybrid capital and structured credit transactions.
Recently, Rodolfo was Managing Director at Nomura where he held senior roles in Debt Capital Markets covering Italy, Spain, France and the Nordics. Prior to Nomura, Rodolfo spent 5 years at Merrill Lynch where he co-Headed European Money Markets Origination.
He holds a BA honours degree in Business Management and French from the University of London, King’s College.
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