Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group (MUFG), a global financial services group, has hired Nathan Solomon as a foreign exchange (forex) trader for its operations in Hong Kong, Finance Magnates has learned.
According to his LinkedIn profile, Solomon joined the Tokyo-headquartered company in May of this year and is the Vice President of emerging markets – Asian non-deliverable forward (NDF).
Nathan Solomon’s Career Before MUFG
Before MUFG recruited him, Solomon was at Credit Agricole CIB. Based in Hong Kong, he joined the company in October 2016, and after a year of employment, left in January of 2018, his LinkedIn states.
At the French banking firm, Solomon held an identical role to his new role at MUFG – FX Trader and Vice President of emerging markets – Asian NDF, his LinkedIn states.
As Finance Magnates recently reported, Credit Agricole recently appointed a new director of e-sales and strategy for Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) region, Cecilia Mignucci who is based in the company’s London office.
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In August of 2012, Solomon started his career as an emerging markets trader at HSBC Global Banking and Markets. Here he worked until September of 2016 – for four years and two months.
As an emerging market trader at HSBC, he covered Asian NDF and deliverable forwards as well as Russian and Central and Eastern Europe Middle East and Africa spot and forward forex.
According to his LinkedIn profile, in addition to the above-mentioned duties, Solomon also covered G10 currency spot and forward forex and interest rate futures and forex options.
On top of his experience in the forex industry, Solomon also has a number of educational qualifications under his belt. Namely, he earnt a Masters of Science in Chemistry with Molecular Physics from the Imperial College London.
MUFG’s Hong Kong branch is located at Hong Kong, Central, Connaught Rd Central, 1號, AIA Central, 8樓.