Paster resigns from corporate FX sales at BAML

New York-based David Paster joined the bank in 2013

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David Paster, a managing director and head of corporate foreign exchange sales at Bank of America Merrill Lynch, has resigned, FX Week has learned. 

It is understood that New York-based Paster resigned on August 20. He joined BAML in April 2013.

Before that, he worked for three years in FX sales at Deutsche Bank, following a six-year stint at Bank of America in a similar role. 

Paster worked in currency derivatives at FleetBoston Financial between 2000 and 2004. 

BAML declined to comment.

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