UBS loses co-head of global fixed income

Dimitrios Psyllidis leaves to pursue other business interests

Rajeev Misra: new responsibilities

Dimitrios Psyllidis has left UBS, where he was co-head of global fixed income and the macro group, a post he took up earlier this year.

Psydillis joined UBS in 2009 to run the bank’s foreign exchange and interest rates trading globally after 12 years at Merrill Lynch. Psyllidis said he is leaving for personal reasons and plans to return to Greece, where he will pursue other business interests.

UBS has appointed four of its own staff to co-head its securities business in Psyllidis’ place

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