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BZW Hires Deutsche's Ungern-Sternberg To Replace Global FX & MM Chief Rooke


BZW has hired Alex Von Ungern-Sternberg, formerly group treasurer of Deutsche Bank, as its new deputy chief executive and global head of FX and money markets, officials have announced. Ungern-Sternberg replaces Dennis Rooke, who is retiring at the age of 49. The announcement, made last Monday, comes as a surprise after Rooke denied market rumours of his imminent departure, saying that although he had stepped back from day-to-day running of the FX group, he was continuing on with his

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