Munari and Mendelsohn exit Morgan Stanley

Global heads of equity derivatives sales and retail structured products leave US investment bank. Craig Verdon will assume responsibility for the bank's derivatives business in Asia

Alvise Munari

Morgan Stanley has parted company with Alvise Munari, global head of equity derivatives sales and financial engineering in London, and Pierre Mendelsohn, Hong Kong-based managing director, head of Asia equity derivatives distribution and global head of retail structured products.

The bank named Mendelsohn as global head of retail structured products following the departure of Frank Copplestone, who is now head of equities structured products at Jefferies. Mendelsohn joined Morgan Stanley in 2010

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