Credit Suisse names Shrikesh Pabari as Head of Sales Trading for India

Credit SuisseCredit Suisse has appointed Shrikesh Pabari as Head of Sales Trading for India with immediate effect.

Pabri will be based out of Mumbai and responsible for managing and driving the lender’s equities client trading and execution of franchise along with the global and local institutional customers in the domestic market.

He will be reporting to Rajat Sabharwal, the Head of Equities, Credit Suisse at India operations.

According to the brand, its India market continues to attain success due to its strong sales, trading and research franchise supported by a renowned investment banking business.

Prior to joining Credit Suisse, he was associated with UBS for more than 20 years handling roles across all geographies. In his previous role as a Director in the India Sales Trading team, he made significant changes in block trading franchise.

He was earlier appointed as Regional Sales Trader in Hong Kong handling the overall Asian markets.

Pabari was also associated with European Equities in London as a business manager for 8 years supervising several internal projects and big data initiatives.

He holds a bachelors degree in Commerce in Accounting and Finance from the Birmingham University, UK. He is a Chartered Management Accountant ( CIMA) and Chartered Market Technician (CMT).

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