New Head of FICC Unveiled at SEB
Posted by Colin Lambert. Last updated: April 27, 2022
Carolina Crevatin Martin, currently head of fixed income, has been appointed head of FICC markets within the Large Corporates & Financial Institutions division at SEB. She will take up the new role on 2 May.
She has worked at SEB for just over eight years, having moved from Svenska Handelsbanken, where she spent more than 15 years, mainly in credit trading and sales.
“I feel incredibly excited about this opportunity,” says Crevatin Martin. “We have a great business as shown in leading customer satisfaction and solid growth, and I see strong potential for further growth and improved profitability. I look forward to be on this journey together with all the professional and driven colleagues within FICC.”
FICC markets at SEB provides execution, research, advisory and development of financial instruments within FX, commodities and fixed income, it has approximately 280 employees spread over 15 geographies.
Crevatin Martin succeeds Robert Celsing, who in February was appointed head of group human resources at SEB. She will report to co-heads Joachim Alpen and Jonas Ahlström and be part of the Large Corporates & Financial Institutions division’s management team.
“We are very happy to welcome Carolina in the role as head of FICC,” say Alpen and Ahlström. “She has extensive experience from the fixed income markets and solid experience from working with international clients and a large network within SEB, both in our home markets and within the international network. We are convinced that Carolina will develop and future-proof our business in a powerful way.”