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People moves: New and old faces at Dresdner

Dresdner Kleinwort has announced a series of new hires in its FX business. Farielle Boufaden is joining the bank as a director in FX hedge fund sales. She will report to Richard Attrill, global head of FX and local market sales. Boufaden was previously at BNP Paribas. The bank has also finally confirmed that Greg Kaldor joined from Bank of America in May as a managing director on its FX hedge fund sales desk.

Meanwhile, Constantinos Constantinou has decided that the grass wasn’t greener on the other side of the fence and will rejoin the bank from Merrill Lynch. He will be a director and senior FX options trader, reporting to Ian Robertson, the bank’s global head of FX trading.

Dresdner has also recruited Gaelle Cohen as a G10 FX options trader reporting to Dominic Yip. She was at Calyon before. Brian Healy is another newcomer on the options desk. He reports to Ian Robertson.

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