Morgan Stanley’s Andrea Gazzani Joins Rival Lender Commerzbank in FX Role

Mr. Gazzani joins Commerzbank as its Vice President of FX Institutional Sales in London.

Big banks continue to see the exchange of leading personnel in the UK, with Morgan Stanley’s Andrea Gazzani parting ways with the lender to join Commerzbank with immediate effect, Finance Magnates has learned.

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In his new role at Commerzbank, Mr. Gazzani will step into the role of Vice President (VP) of Foreign Exchange (FX) Institutional Sales, whilst being based out of London. He joins Commerzbank, having worked there for the past two years as its Associate, FX and Commodities Institutional Sales. In this capacity, he focused on flow and structured products, as well as banks and real money in the Southern European region.

Additional stops also include HSBC, which saw him work in a similar role. This included a similar position as the lender’s Associate of FX and Commodities Institutional Sales as well as a Rates Analyst, dating back to 2009, according to information made public on his Linkedin profile.

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