Epstein leaves Barclays to join Deutsche

Senior FX options trader leaves after seven years at UK bank


Eric Epstein has joined Deutsche Bank in London as vice-president for FX options. He joins from Barclays Capital, where he was an FX options trader for more than seven years.

Epstein started at the investment bank in New York in 2008, running the mid-date G10 exotic portfolio, and then moved to London in a similar role.

Prior to that, he was a floor equity options trader at the CBOE for Third Millennium Trading from 2002 to 2006.

Deutsche Bank declined to comment.

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