Deutsche Bank has snared two interest rate options traders from rival investment bank Goldman Sachs.Geoffrey Verter and Thomas Luke, head of exotic interest rate derivatives trading at Goldman, will join Deutsche’s New York office.
Verter becomes a vice-president, and Luke a director overseeing the trading of exotic interest rate structures.
The two report to Deutsche's head of options trading, Peter Antico.
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