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Foreign Exchange

BAML hires David Moore as global head of structured rates and currencies

Bank of America Merrill Lynch has hired David Moore as global head of structured rates and currencies in New York, a spokesperson at the bank has confirmed.

Moore’s remit will include complex interest rates, FX options, global exotics, inflation trading and structured notes, and will report to Gerhard Seebacher, BAML’s global head of rates, foreign exchange, and structured credit trading. He will also assume some of the responsibilities of Neh Thaker, the former head of structured markets trading, who left the firm in August. Moore was previously at Morgan Stanley, where he held several roles over a 20-year career and was also a member of the bank’s management committee. Moore was most recently head of structured rates at Morgan Stanley before leaving the firm earlier this year.

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