CS Hires Senior City FX Salesman

Enrico Casini, the former head of fx institutional sales for Europe, Middle East and Africa at Royal Bank of Scotland, is set to join Credit Suisse in London as a managing director.

  • 17 May 2010

--Rob McGlinchey

Enrico Casini, the former head of fx institutional sales for Europe, Middle East and Africa at Royal Bank of Scotland, is set to join Credit Suisse in London as a managing director.

He left RBS in March and is slated to start at CS in the new slot ...

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