O'Sullivan quits SG CIB

Co-head of forex trading has left the French bank after relocating to New York earlier this year

Dan O'Sullivan at Societe Generale

Dan O'Sullivan, co-head of global foreign exchange trading at Société Générale Corporate and Investment Banking (SG CIB) in New York, has left the bank.

He joined SG CIB in March 2010, having previously been head of forex trading at UniCredit and, prior to that, head of trading for North America at HSBC.

O'Sullivan was initially based in London with SG CIB but relocated to New York earlier this year to reflect the bank's increased focus on the Americas and Asia. He shared the co-head role with

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