Credit Trading Head Resurfaces At Calyon

Mark Timmis, a former head of flow credit derivatives trading at Bear Stearns in London, has resurfaced at Calyon. Reached at the French house, Timmis referred calls to press representatives and Virginie Ourceyre, spokeswoman, did not respond to messages by press time.

  • 05 Jan 2007
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Mark Timmis, a former head of flow credit derivatives trading at Bear Stearns in London, has resurfaced at Calyon. Reached at the French house, Timmis referred calls to press representatives and Virginie Ourceyre, spokeswoman, did not respond to messages by press time.

Timmis is well-known in the market and held a senior trading position at Credit Suisse before joining Bear in 2003. He has been out of the market since leaving the U.S. firm at the end of 2004 and what he has been up to in the meantime could not be determined.

  • 05 Jan 2007

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