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

  • Thursday, May 25 2017

    - During a televised press conference, the top Public Prosecutor Luisa Ortega Diaz addressed several events regarding the wave of protests in Venezuela. In detail, the prosecutor denounced the possession of arms by the population despite the current ban by the Ministry of Interior, the performance of state security forces and military trials of civilians. One of the statements with greatest impact referred to the cause of death of a young opposition demonstrator product of a metal projectile fired by an official of the Bolivarian

  • Wednesday, May 24 2017

    - Finance Minister Ramon Lobo and the Executive Board of the Central Bank of Venezuela (BCV in Spanish) announced the start of operations of the new FX system DICOM. The system will work through two weekly auctions (the first one will take place tomorrow) and a bands’ system where the FX rate will fluctuate – the starting rate has not been announced yet. The official rate will be the lowest offered by those who are adjudicated, but a “contingent” auction will take place in case that such rate exceeds the upper band establis

  • Tuesday, May 23 2017

    - For today, the new FX scheme, DICOM, is set to begin operations, and yesterday the Minister of Foreign Trade and International Investment, Jesus Faria, assured that the main goal is to reduce the impact of the parallel dollar and to increase the assignment of currency for business. It is expected that today further details of the mechanism will be disclosed from the facilities of the Central Bank of Venezuela (BCV for its words in Spanish), so stay tuned for more.


    - The US Treasury Secretary, Steven Mnuchin, told the Senate yesterday that regulators would review Rosneft’s stake of Citgo Petroleum Corp., this as concerns have emerged over possible control from the Russian company in case that PDVSA fails to make payments on the bonds guaranteed by Citgo’s collateral. Senators raised their concerns – regarding Rosneft’s “control of a major US energy supplier” – on what they consider a national security matter to Mnuchin, who heads the Committee on Foreign Investment in the Unite


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