Barclays Capital hires head of fixed-income modelling

Pawel Lewicki has been appointed to Barclays Capital’s global quantitative analytics group as head of fixed-income modelling.

Lewicki joins from JP Morgan in London, where he spent 12 years in model development. Most recently, he headed the bank’s exotics team, with responsibility for interest rate, long-dated foreign exchange and commodities modelling.

In his new role he will be based in London and report to Vladimir Piterbarg. Piterbarg became head of Barclays’ quantitative analytics group in May, after joining the bank in 2005 to manage the fixed-income modelling team.

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