We mentioned last week that Troika Dialog had made a significant hire as part of the ongoing trend of Russian investment banks poaching from one another. However, this may have been only the start of its hiring spree in fixed income.
Tyler was already the fifth senior hire in the last few months, but the bank intends to make more recruits across its fixed income currencies and commodities (FICC) divisions. It’s unlikely just to be restricted to London.
“We will be hiring and have been hiring on the credit trading side in the coming weeks, to enable us to offer further products and serve further geographies,” Paolo Zaniboni, managing director, and head of Troika Dialog’s London office told Financial News.