Industry veteran Shuster leaves Credit Agricole after 17 years

Exit follows departure of former head of options Andy Soper in July

Dmitri Shuster
Dmitri Shuster: joined the French bank 17 years ago

Dmitri Shuster is set to leave his position as co-head of global markets trading at Credit Agricole in London after almost two years in the role, according to three sources in the market, FX Week has learned.

Shuster joined the French bank 17 years ago, as an interest rate derivatives trader for Eastern Europe, the Middle East and Africa, and held various other roles at the firm.

He was head of interest rates options trading for the Americas, head of interest rate derivatives trading for the

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