Bass joins Crédit Agricole in EM FX and rates trading

After 11 years at Standard Chartered he moved last month

Credit Agricole headquarters
Bass started his new role in September 2019

Jesse Bass took on a new role as a senior trader in emerging markets foreign exchange and rates at Crédit Agricole CIB, FX Week has learned.

He previously worked in EM rates and FX trading at Standard Chartered Bank, spending over 11 years at the company.

Prior to that, Bass was a vice-president in local markets trading at Lehman Brothers for one year and also worked as a rates trader at Standard Chartered Bank for four years from 2003.

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