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Citigroup has hired two investment bankers focused on giving advice to retail companies from Credit Suisse, people familiar with the matter said on Friday.

Reuters reports that managing director Brian Anton and director Hugh Paisley join former colleague Douglas Trauber who left Credit Suisse to join Citigroup as global co-head of retail in August, the people said, asking not to be named because the moves have not been announced.

In the meantime, Bloomberg News reports that Deutsche Bank hired Sebastien Galy, a former currency strategist at Societe Generale, as a director of foreign-exchange strategy.

Galy will be based in New York and report to Alan Ruskin, the bank’s global head of Group-of-10 currency strategy. 

Finally, Bloomberg reports that Deutsche Bank has hired Goldman Sachs veteran Celeste Guth as co-head of its global financial institutions group.

Guth, who was a partner and vice chairman of FIG at Goldman Sachs, will be a managing director based in New York and run the investment-banking unit with Tadhg Flood, Deutsche Bank said Thursday in an e-mailed statement. She’ll report to Paul Stefanick, head of investment banking coverage and advisory.

MOVES-Citi boosts retail M&A business with Credit Suisse hires

Deutsche Bank Hires Galy as a Director in Currency Research

Deutsche Bank Hires Goldman’s Celeste Guth for FIG Banking

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