By Joel Clark
When Tom Willoughby joined European Credit Management (ECM) in mid-2006, he made a virtual jump from one end of the financial services marketplace to the other. The 34-year-old derivatives specialist had worked in the front office at Barclays Capital and Deutsche Bank, but left the sell side to take up an operations role on the buy side.
Over the past 18 months, Willoughby has focused on improving processing at ECM, particularly for credit derivatives. His overriding objective: t
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