Morgan Stanley in fixed income reshuffle

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Morgan Stanley named new co-heads of fixed-income trading in May, and has now combined the firm’s corporate credit and structured products groups in Europe and promoted other executives.

Bloomberg reports that Anna Khazen, 38, and Brian Neer, 40, will lead the combined European credit business, according to a memo to employees from Michael Heaney and Rob Rooney.

Rebecca Hogan Dorrian, who ran trading of U.S. non-agency mortgage-backed securities and consumer asset-backed products, will head all U.S. structured products trading, according to a separate memo obtained by Bloomberg News.

Heaney and Rooney were named to oversee the fixed-income business after Ken deRegt left to join investment firm Canarsie Capital Group.

Angelie Moledina was named sole head of the firm’s European liquid flow rates business, after running the group with Ciaran O’Flynn, according to a June 20 memo from Glenn Hadden, global head of the rates unit. O’Flynn will become co-head of electronic fixed-income trading with Dexter Senft, said a person briefed on the matter, who asked not to be identified because the move hasn’t been made public.

Hit the link below to access the complete Bloomberg article:

Morgan Stanley Promotes Khazen, Neer Amid Fixed-Income Shuffle

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