Deutsche Bank’s rates trading head to join Harvard

Stephen Blyth has resigned as London-based head of global rates proprietary trading at Deutsche Bank to take up a senior role at Harvard Management Company (HMC).

Blyth, who will lead HMC’s international fixed-income portfolio management group, joined Deutsche Bank in 2003. He led a team of six traders running a spectrum of relative-value trading strategies across major interest rate markets.

The Boston-based HMC oversees the US university’s $25.9 billion endowment fund. Mohamed El-Erian

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