Deutsche Bank FX Options Trader Moves Down Under

Alister Jelley, a senior fx options trader at Deutsche Bank in London, has relocated to the firm's Sydney office.

  • 09 Dec 2005
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Alister Jelley, a senior fx options trader at Deutsche Bank in London, has relocated to the firm's Sydney office. Jelley made the move in November and now reports to Melissa Babbage, head of fx and commodities in Australia. In London, he worked under Mark Carrodus, head of options and trading. Jill Valentine, spokeswoman for Deutsche Bank in Sydney, confirmed the move and Jo Pope, spokeswoman in London, said in an email to DW a replacement for Jelley has not yet been named. Valentine and Pope declined comment on why Jelley transferred and it could not be determined if he has taken a new role in Sydney or is replacing another trader.

  • 09 Dec 2005

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