Maurice Nadjar-Primack, a senior equity derivatives trader covering emerging markets in London, has left Credit Suisse. He was at the Swiss firm for nearly five years. Chris Carter, managing director responsible for trading, declined comment on Nadjar-Primack's most recent role and whether the firm will replace him. No replacement has yet been named.
Emerging-market equities trading is hot right now in spite of recent market volatility and several firms are reported to be looking to add traders and structurers. Nadjar-Primack has been connected with a role at BNP Paribas, where Olivier Osty, global head of equities and derivatives trading and structuring in Paris, did not respond to a message.