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Jason Haas and David Levin, Deutsche Bank's top U.S. healthcare investment bankers, have resigned to join Barclays and take leading roles in its healthcare practice, according to people familiar with the matter.

Reuters reports that Barclays is rebuilding its healthcare group after Credit Suisse hired away five members of its senior healthcare banking team last year.

Haas and Levin, who will start late in the second quarter, also mark the second major departure for Deutsche Bank's healthcare team in less than a year.

In the meantime, Reuters also reports that James Nessel, Citigroup's head of US high-yield trading, has left the bank, according to sources familiar with the move.

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MOVES-Citigroup's head of US high-yield trading Nessel departs

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