ANZ has hired senior loan bankers Emma Broughton as head of loan syndications for Europe and Katrina Santos Li as director in London to re-establish its loan syndications presence in Europe.
Broughton and Li started their new roles on June 28, reporting locally to Niro Somasekeran, head of resources, energy and infrastructure and loans & specialized finance, Europe, as well as to John Corrin, global head of loan syndications based in Hong Kong.
In building up ANZ’s presence in Europe, particularly in originating and structuring loans, Corrin says Broughton and Li will be working with corporate and financial institutional customers who have links to ANZ’s network in Asia-Pacific, as well as have responsibility for investor coverage in Europe.
Broughton started her banking career at Barclays 18 years ago and was most recently head of private loan sales, loan syndicate in London. In that role, she oversaw primary loan distribution across the corporate and investment bank, and across various asset classes, alongside a senior syndicate function. Before that, she held several roles within Barclays’ loan syndications team in both the primary and secondary sales desk.
Li joins ANZ from Royal Bank of Scotland where she was director for corporate debt products. She has had a long history with the syndicated loan markets, particularly in Asia where she was a director at HSBC’s loan syndications team. Prior to that, Li worked in the syndications teams at ABN AMRO and Standard Chartered in Hong Kong, Singapore and London, covering multiple geographies.