JPMorgan Credit Marketing Head Moves On

Adam Dixon, head of structured credit marketing to German, Austrian and Swiss financial institutions at JPMorgan in London, has quit the firm.

  • 21 Apr 2006
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Adam Dixon, head of structured credit marketing to German, Austrian and Swiss financial institutions at JPMorgan in London, has quit the firm. Dixon did not return a message left on his cell, but an official familiar with the situation confirmed he has joined a rival firm. The name of this firm this could be determined.

Sarah Oppler, spokeswoman at JPMorgan, said Dixon's duties have been assumed by Daniel Theurkauf, v.p. responsible for structured credit marketing to Switzerland. Theurkauf reports to Frank Haerring, head of derivatives marketing to Austria, Switzerland and Germany.

Separately, Michael Poppel, a v.p. in Dixon's team at JPMorgan, has resurfaced at Goldman Sachs. Poppel did not return messages left for him at Goldman. Oppler said further hires will be made.

  • 21 Apr 2006

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