Luis Estrada has left UBS to join CCP Investment Board as a portfolio manager.
Estrada had spent over two years at UBS in New York, where he was an executive director and head of macro trading for Latin America.
In this role Estrada relaunched macro trading in FX and rates at the bank and led the creation of a franchise based business for UBS. He also upgraded the infrastructure to support FX and rates businesses, including setting up CME trading of DI swaps and migrating Mbono business to UBS Casa de Bolsa.
Prior to joining UBS, Estrada worked as director, fixed income and real rates, at Deutsche Bank and as a director and head of the non-flow Mexico trading desks in New York and Mexico at HSBC.
Before that, he spent seven years at Bank of America Merrill Lynch as a director and head of Mexico trading and LatAm FX trading and the same amount of time as a vice president and head of short-term interest rate trading (STIRT) and the LatAm NDF business at JP morgan.