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FX market round up: UniCredit feels its trading force

After the build-up of its sales and distribution teams under Keenan Altunis and Steve Turner, UniCredit has switched its attention to its trading force. The bank has appointed Ben Welsh, the former head of FX, global markets and US rates at HSBC New York, as its co-head of global FICC. Shortly after he started, it was announced that Welsh had persuaded the well-regarded Dan O’Sullivan, who was head of FX trading North America at HSBC, to join him. The pair, who also worked together at Goldman Sachs, will be based in London.

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