In one of the first of a slow trickle of departures from Manufacturers Hanover Trust in London--where traders are anxiously awaiting announcements of senior appointments in treasury at the new merged Chemical Bank--senior options corporate trader Julia Carter has left to join AIG Trading's options team. AIG, the year-old non-bank forex market maker owned by the giant German insurer, made headlines when it scooped up 100 traders from Drexel Burnham Lambert trading desks after the investment

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