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Bloom to Leave HSBC?

Market sources tell Profit & Loss that David Bloom, global head of FX strategy at HSBC, is leaving the bank.

Bloom joined merchant bank James Capel in 1992 and moved to HSBC when it acquired the firm in 1997, initially as UK economist. In 1999 he was named currency strategist at HSBC in London before being promoted to run the FX strategy business in 2005 – a role he held until recently.

Bloom’s plans are not known and Profit & Loss understands that Paul Mackel, head of EM FX research at HSBC is covering the role of global head of FX research on an interim basis.

Colin Lambert

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