Dimitri Perrotis has become managing director and head of FX sales for Greece, Russia and Eastern Europe at HSBC in London, sources suggest. He will be responsible for managing and developing the bank’s FX sales platform for institutional and corporate clients. The bank declined to comment.
Perrotis joins from Goldman Sachs in London, where he was executive director, head of emerging markets FX sales. The sources say he reports to Adrian Boehler, head of institutional FX sales, and Claus Skrumsager, head of corporate risk management sales, Europe and the Middle East.
Boehler is another recent defector from Goldman, joining HSBC at the end of spring from his former role as head of FX real money sales. Paul Baldwin also recently joined from Goldman as managing director and head of corporate risk management and advisory, Europe and the Middle East.