Renaissance Capital hires for fixed-income drive


Moscow-based investment bank Renaissance Capital has hired seven senior staff for its rapidly expanding derivatives, debt and fixed-income teams.

Alan Woodcock will take charge of the bank's global derivatives marketing as a managing director. He joins from Merrill Lynch's Johannesburg office, where he was head of derivatives marketing and structured solutions. Woodcock is based in Moscow and reports to Gordon McCulloch, managing director of institutional sales, and Ruben Aganbegyan, co-head of

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