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JP Morgan Reshuffles FX and Rates

JP Morgan has reshuffled a number of senior managers in its foreign exchange and rates business, which is now under the direction of Troy Rohrbaugh. The reshuffle, first reported last month (Squawkbox 10 October 2012), follows New York-based Troy Rohrbaugh’s promotion from global head of FX to global head of FX and rates in the summer (Squawkbox 24 June 2012). JP Morgan veteran, Tom Pluta, previously head of FX trading before Rohrbaugh’s promotion and relocation from London, is now head of global FX forwards trading. He has been with the bank for 17 years Richard Usher remains head of EMEA G10 spot trading in New York, reporting to Claudia Jury, global head of foreign exchange spot trading, and to Kayhan Mirza, the newly appointed head of FX for Europe, the Middle East and Africa and global head of FX options trading, locally. Pitts Robinson will remain head of global FX services and will continue to report to Nick Rudenstine, global head of investor services. In the new ro...

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