Citi Equity Trader Shifts To Hybrids

Richard Moore, senior exotic equity derivatives trader at Citigroup in London, has transferred to the global hybrids group.

  • 14 Oct 2005
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Richard Moore, senior exotic equity derivatives trader at Citigroup in London, has transferred to the global hybrids group. Moore referred calls to Richard Burns, global head of hybrid products and equity derivative structured products, who confirmed the hire, noting Moore has joined his team a senior multi-asset trader. Moore reports jointly to Burns in London and Samir Mathur, head of hybrids trading in New York. Burns said the exotic equity trading group will replace Moore, but no hire has yet been announced.

  • 14 Oct 2005

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