Société Générale has hired Jan de Bondt and Ian Morgan in rates sales as the bank looks to expand its European footprint in the rates business.De Bondt, who will cover Benelux institutions, joins from Lehman Brothers where he spent four years in rates sales for Northern Europe, based in both Frankfurt and London. He has also worked for Merrill Lynch and Goldman Sachs in similar roles.
Morgan joins from Merrill Lynch, and prior to that was at Barclays Capital, where he spent three and a half years in rates sales. He has also worked for the Bank of England as a portfolio manager.
Both men are directors and will report to Chico Khan-Grandapur, head of rates sales for Europe.
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