David Paster Moves to Mitsubishi UFJ in New York

The long-time industry veteran left Bank of America Merrill Lynch after spending over six years at the company

Veteran FX industry professional David Paster is moving to Mitsubishi UFJ, FXWeek reports. The change of career comes after he spent over six years at Bank of America Merrill Lynch as Head of Corporate FX Sales in New York.

In his new position as Head of Corporate Sales with the Japanese bank, Paster will remain based in New York. In his new position, he will be reporting directly to the Head of Technology Banking in New York, Bill Davidson.

According to FXWeek’s report, Paster will be focusing on delivering foreign exchange and derivatives risk management products to the corporate clients of the company in North America.

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Paster has been in the FX industry since 2000 when he started his career at FleetBoston Financial. He proceeded to join Bank of America in 2004, where he spent six years before leaving to Deutsche Bank.

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