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Mitesh Parikh, Goldman Sachs' European head of spot foreign-exchange trading, is joining hedge-fund firm Balyasny Asset Management LP after 12 years at the bank, said a person with knowledge of the plans.

Bloomberg News reports that Parikh, 35, will be a macroeconomic money manager in Balyasny’s London office, according to the person, who asked not to be identified because the information is private. He will start at the $6.25 billion Chicago-based firm founded by Dmitry Balyasny by the end of the year, the person said.

Bloomberg also reports that Deutsche Bank has hired Wako Ogawa this month as a director of foreign exchange sales at its Japanese brokerage unit from Goldman.

The news agency reported in June that Ogawa would leave Goldman later this year after having worked there since 2007. 

Hit the links below to access the complete Bloomberg News articles:

Goldman Sachs’s European FX Head Is Said to Join Balyasny

Deutsche Bank Hires Ex-Goldman Sachs FX Salesman Ogawa

 

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