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People moves: Morgan Stanley continues hiring spree

People moves: Morgan Stanley beefs up in PB

May 29, 2009   

Morgan Stanley has made three new hires in its FX institutional sales business in New York. Dudley Hancox joins as an executive director from Deutsche Bank; Glenn Juylin comes with the same title from RBS and Casey LaFlamme joins as an associate from JP Morgan.

Stephen Hull is also joining the bank in its FX strategy team in London. Hull will be co-head of global FX alongside Sophia Drossos, who is based in New York. Hull joins after a brief stint at Nomura, which he fled to after Lehman Brothers imploded. Both Hull and Drossos will report to Jim Caron, global head of interest rate strategy.

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