UK - Institutional asset managers WestAM - the investment arm of German WestLB Group - has strengthened its global fixed income and currencies team in London.
Moe Daniel joins as as technical analyst for the firm from Arbor Research and Trading, where he was responsible for developing risk/ reward models and publishing time-period analysis for all major bond and FX markets and their derivatives. He will now focus on the analysis of price action.
Daniel’s appointment follows the hiring of Jim Hurlin and Ju Yen Tan in November .
WestAM's London global fixed income and currency unit has EUR2bn under management on behalf of central banks, corporations and other institutional investors.
The firm said it expects to announce an additional hire in UK credit shortly to complete its hiring plans.
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