Citi taps Barclays vet to head euro swaps trading

Masson bolsters US bank's rates unit at critical juncture for the market

Citi

Citi has hired a new head of euro interest rate swaps trading from rival Barclays in London.

Leo Masson, who joined the US bank last month, spent more than 12 years at Barclays as a senior derivatives trader within its European fixed income market-making unit, specialising in short-end euro swaps.

A Citi spokesperson declined to comment on the appointment.

Citi has made a number of personnel changes across its global rates business this year, as it seeks to navigate a volatile and uncertain

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