Peter Rading exits RBS

Co-head of fixed income, currencies and commodities and global trading is leaving RBS after 22 years

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Peter Rading, co-head of fixed income, currencies and commodities and global trading at Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) in London, is leaving the bank after more than 22 years. His plans are not yet known.

Rading reported to Peter Nielsen, chief executive of markets. He originally worked for NatWest prior to its merger with RBS in 2000. Rading's departure follows a number of senior changes within the bank's foreign exchange business in recent weeks. Mark Barnes, global head of macro client trading

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