US Bank replaces retiring head of FX

Drew Gross leaves business as Jonathan Shiff takes over


Drew Gross, head of foreign exchange at US Bank, has left the bank and retired from the industry, the bank has confirmed.

Gross's position has been taken over by Jonathan Shiff, who joins from Bank of America Merrill Lynch (BAML) where he ran corporate and commercial FX and the rates origination businesses.

Based in New York, Shiff reports to Jim Kelligrew, executive vice-president and head of fixed income and capital markets. He has been at BAML since 2010, having joined from Barclays where he

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