Bank of America loses two traders in London

Two London-based traders from Bank of America’s macro trading business have resigned, GlobalCapital understands.

  • By Burhan Khadbai
  • 14 Mar 2019

Mark Samarasinghe, a sterling swaps trader, and Huw Roberts, an SSA bonds trader, have both left the bank.

Samarasinghe took up his post in January 2015, according to his LinkedIn profile. Before that, he traded Australian and New Zealand dollar fixed income products at Bank of America's Sydney ...

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5 Barclays 7,970.77 10 7.11%

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4 Barclays 35,073.47 110 5.99%
5 Deutsche Bank 27,795.19 80 4.74%