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CurveGlobal has parted ways with its chief
operating officer Steven Hamilton.
He is the second COO for the LSE’s new
venture to leave in the space of a year.
Hermes Investment Management has hired
Andrew Jackson, a former Cairns Capital chief investment officer, as its new head of fixed income.
Jackson will be responsible for the strategic
development of the credit and direct lending
investment teams at the £ 30. 6 billion asset
manager, as well as developing a multi-
asset credit offering for pension funds and
other long-term institutional investors.
The former global head of trading at Legal
and General Investment Management
(LGIM) has joined fintech firm Ipreo as
its new head of market structure.
Stephen Grady left the UK’s biggest
asset manager in March this year, with
his former role being split between senior
traders in London and Chicago.
Peter Goodhew, the former head of global
markets at R.J. O’Brien, has joined Trium
Capital Markets as a portfolio manager.
Prior to joining the Chicago-based broker, he was
head of ETC commodities for EMEA at UBS.
Deutsche Bank has promoted its head of FX
to a new role responsibility for leading its
electronic trading team across all asset classes.
David Wayne, the bank’s head of FX, will
Trading Technologies ex-
lead a single team of electronic traders across
fixed income, equities and FX. With this
reorganisation, it has created a new head of
rates and FX, which will be led by Sam Wisnia.
tends futures trading plat-
form in London
Trading Technologies has extended access to its
futures trading platform in Europe through a London-based data centre connection.
The platform has been connected via Interxion’s
data centre and provides co-located access to the
London Metal Exchange, ICE Futures Europe and
Euronext, with plans to add Nasdaq Nordic Derivatives in the near future.
London will serve as a regional backup for services
hosted at Trading Technologies’ Frankfurt data
centre and users will benefit from low-latency connectivity between the European data centres.
Frankfurt-based Eurex is seeing a rise in demand
for euro-denominated derivatives clearing, as a
decision from Brussels on the future of the lucrative
business looms near.
For euro-denominated interest rate swaps, Eurex
Clearing, operated by Deutsche Boerse, is seeing
greater demand for swaps clearing solutions based
in continental Europe from banks and asset managers, it said on its quarterly earnings call.
“We have a very function-ready model out there
that’s based on very solid and state-of-the-art
technology and risk management systems and now,
obviously, with the uncertainty delivered by the
exit of the UK, there is a lot of demand that we are
getting for continental European clearing solutions,”
said Eric Muller, CEO, Eurex Clearing.
Eurex geared for euro swaps
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