Jacqueline Rivadeneira

Jacqueline (Jackie) Rivadeneira is the Head of Institutional Sales at BancTrust & Co. She is based in London and is responsible for the Sales and Distribution effort in the US and Europe. In her eighteen years on trading floors Mrs. Rivadeneira has worked in Milan, New York and London.

In her twelve years with HSBC, Jackie held a number of increasingly senior sales trading and management roles including:

  • Director of Institutional Sales with responsibility for EMEA Institutional Family Offices. This was a new initiative to bring the combined multi-asset capability of the HSBC franchise to the most sophisticated Family Offices,
  • Director of Institutional Sales with responsibility for Swiss and European Private Banks Fixed Income and Structured Products distribution in both Developed and Emerging Markets, and
  • Senior Team Member, Institutional Sales positioning HSBC’s Emerging Markets capability with European Private Banks, Asset Managers and Pension Funds.

Mrs. Rivadeneira started her career in Republic National Bank of New York. In her final role with RNB she had responsibility for its institutional and private banking client base in Europe and was the principal point of contact for all Emerging Markets sales and distribution in the region.

Jackie has a Global Risk Management Diploma from Oxford University’s Said Business School, a Bachelor of Science degree in International Business from Barry University, Miami and is accredited by the American Institute of Foreign Advanced Studies for her time spent studying at the University Of Salzburg, Austria where she focused on Economics and Political Science. 

Head of Sales US & Europe

  • Monday, September 25 2017

    - Last Friday, the government of Canada announced economic sanctions on key Venezuela’s officials which affects 40 individuals who have played a key role in Maduro´s regime. In detail, these sanctions prohibit any person in Canada or any Canadian outside the country to have any type of economic relation with these members of the Venezuelan government. We see that the consequences of this sanctions are very similar to those applied by the United States government, affecting only individuals, reason why we do not expect the conse

  • Thursday, September 21 2017


    - Yesterday rumors started of the country being late on the payment of an USD185mn coupon of the VENZ27, which had to be canceled on September 15. Nevertheless, near the end of the day the national public credit office said that it sent the money on time to the corresponding financial institutions and the delay is due to "operational changes" in order to make future financial transactions effective. Furthermore, the credit institution reiterated Venezuela’s commitment in paying its debt and ca

  • Tuesday, September 19 2017

    - According to some new information, it seems that PetroChina Americas is revising its oil for cash agreements with PDVSA after the US sanctions were imposed, which would made them unable to act as an agent to commercialize Venezuelan crude. In detail, there is no change –as the sanctions detailed- in the ongoing contracts; the effect comes for the intention to renew or to extent the terms of the existence contracts. Read More >>

  • Friday, August 25 2017

    -Yesterday, it was known that some representatives of the Venezuelan government has been trying to reach a general agreement in China that comprises the creation of a sub-fund for the repurchase of Venezuelan debt –sovereign and PDVSA’s- which will allow the government to take advantage of the savings made when buying at discount the bonds with maturities in 2017 and 2018, savings are calculated around USD700mn. The final strategy will be to swap at maturity the bonds that are repurchase for new PDVSA’s debt with maturities


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