Morgan Stanley's global head of fixed-income capital markets dies aged 43


Sad to report.

Bloomberg News reports that Leo Civitillo, the global head of fixed-income capital markets at Morgan Stanley, has died. He was 43.

Civitillo died Saturday, according to an online death notice in the Hartford Courant, which didn’t provide a cause of death.

He joined the New York-based bank in 2004 after working at JPMorgan Chase & Co. Before being named head of debt capital markets at Morgan Stanley, he oversaw the structuring of derivatives for municipalities and companies in North America and Latin America.

“Leo was a tremendous partner, colleague and friend,” Morgan Stanley said Tuesday in a statement. “We are deeply saddened by this loss and extend our condolences and sympathies to his family.”

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