People: Deutsche Bank loses two senior fixed-income traders

Zar Amrolia: new co-head role at XTX Markets

Deutsche Bank has lost two senior figures in its fixed-income team. Zar Amrolia has resigned and is set to join foreign exchange market-making firm XTX Markets as co-chief executive, while Michelle Neal has left her role as global head of listed derivatives, markets clearing and fixed-income market structure to join BNY Mellon as president of its markets group.

Amrolia has held a role overseeing the development of Deutsche Bank's digital technology since November 2014. Prior to this, he was co

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