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Barclays Capital, the investment banking arm of Barclays Bank, has made several appointments to its Frankfurt office, extending its coverage in Germany, Austria and Switzerland.
Barclays Capital has poached eight New York-based credit derivatives traders from Citigroup, including Doug Warren, a managing director, as well as Jonathan Koerner and Gregory Tell, both directors.
Credit Suisse First Boston (CSFB) has hired Konstantin Krebs as a director of fixed-income derivatives sales.
Barclays Capital, the investment banking division of the UK’s Barclays Bank, has hired John Lovisolo as a managing director in its North American credit derivatives and structured product sales te...
Inter-dealer broker GFI has completed the first stage of its rollout of CreditMatch, its electronic trading platform for credit derivatives.
UK-based investment bank Barclays Capital has made two new appointments to its interest rate derivatives desk in London to focus on exotic products. Both will take up their posts in September.
Gary Jenkins and Jim Reid, who both recently left Barclays Capital, are to join Deutsche Bank in London. Jenkins will become European head of credit research and fundamental strategy, with Reid join...
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