Andy Ross left Morgan Stanley, where he worked for 16 years, in early February
Former Morgan Stanley managing director
Andy Ross is set to become chief executive of
LSE’s CurveGlobal in mid-April, just weeks before
the futures market is set to go live.
Ross, who quit as Morgan
Stanley’s European head of swaps clearing a month
ago after 16 years with the US bank, is set to join on April 19
the London Stock Exchange Group as the chief executive officer
of CurveGlobal, according to sources.
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