JPM hires pair for CEEMEA equities trading as reorg continues

JP Morgan has hired a pair of traders for CEEMEA equities trading from Citi — Mark Coetzee and Gil Peleg. The hires are the latest in a list of changes taking place in that division, as the bank seeks to grow the business..

  • By Francesca Young
  • 20 Jun 2018

The pair joined on Tuesday as heads of CEEMEA cash sales trading and CEEMEA cash trading, respectively. They will be based in London.

Coetzee has 25 years of experience, having held positons in equities sales trading and equities trading both in London and Johannesburg. Most recently, Coetzee was ...

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