UBS and Morgan Stanley hire FX spot traders

Ingledew and Walker hired as spot traders in New York

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Mark Ingledew and Brian Walker have joined UBS and Morgan Stanley, respectively, as foreign exchange spot traders in New York.

Ingledew, who reports to Zurich-based Tony Hall, global head of FX derivatives, becomes a director. Previously, he held a similar role at Citi. Earlier, he worked at Merrill Lynch on its proprietary trading desk in London and reported to Marcus Browning, global co-head of FX trading at the time.

Meanwhile, former Credit Suisse trader Brian Walker has joined Morgan

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