Emerging market veteran Ron Dadina has moved over to Bear Stearns. The new hire, who starts today, was hired as a managing director in international debt capital markets. Dadina will be reporting to AJ Mediratta, head of emerging markets debt capital markets as well as Chris O'Connor, head of origination and syndication of debt capital markets. He will also work very closely with John Tonelli, who is managing director in emerging markets mortgage finance at Bear. Dadina previously had a 7.5-year stint at bond insurer MBIA where he focused on future flow emerging market deals, particularly in Turkey and before then, in Brazil. Dadina has spent many years focusing on emerging market future flow transactions.
Christian Corcino has joined the Latin American securitization team at Deutsche Bank, following a brief 11-month stint at Standard Bank. As an associate, Corcino will be reporting to Brigitte Posch, a former colleague from his days at Moody's Investors Service. Corcino was at the rating agency for five years. At Deutsche, he will be focusing on mortgages and construction loans in Mexico, mostly in the domestic market initially. He is also expected to be looking at existing asset deals in Peru and Colombia.