Thomas Pluta leaves JP Morgan

US bank’s global linear rates head departs after 27-year stint

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One of JP Morgan’s top interest rate traders, Thomas Pluta, has left after 27 years at the US bank.

During his tenure with the investment bank, Pluta led multiple global rates and foreign exchange trading teams. Most recently, he was global head of linear rates trading and co-head of North America trading, which included oversight of its trading operations for government securities, interest rate swaps, FX forwards, cross-currency swaps, interest rate options, and structured products for the

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