People Moves Monday: State Street, Jain Global, LCH SA and more…

The past week saw appointments across global markets, trading, clearing and sales.

State Street selected one of its own to head up its global markets business for continental Europe. Dagmar Kamber Borens was appointed head of global markets for the region for State Street Bank International (SSBI). In her new role, she will be responsible for global markets strategy in continental Europe.

She takes up her new role after spending the last three years with State Street in several roles including as country head for Switzerland, working for its depository bank business in Germany, and overseeing the investment services business for the Netherlands, Austria and the Nordics. Prior to joining State Street in 2021, she previously served for more than 17 years at UBS across Zurich, London and Singapore and at Credit Suisse.

Start-up hedge fund Jain Global appointed a former Credit Suisse vice president and electronic sales trader to join its ranks on the trading desk ahead of its launch. Emily Facchina Fluet joined Jain as a trader working in London under head of EMEA trading, Jeremy Wyatt.

Fluet takes up her new role after serving at Credit Suisse for the last five and a half years, originally joining the bank in 2018 as an analyst. She later worked her way through the ranks in various electronic sales trading roles, landing her most recent vice president role covering advanced execution services (AES), algorithmic and direct market access (DMA) trading for the Asia Pacific markets in January last year. Fluet parted ways with Credit Suisse in November last year.

LSEG’s Continental European clearing house LCH SA appointed Marcus Robinson head of CDSClear and head of DigitalAssetClear. The move follows the departure of Frank Soussan, who previously served as global head of CDSClear and head of SA EquityClear and CommodityClear. Robinson – who previously served as head of strategy for LSEG Post Trade – will lead CDSClear as it enters the next phase of its international expansion, namely across the US, building upon the launch of client clearing to US firms in February.

Elsewhere in his tenure at LSEG, Robinson previously served as head of Asia Pacific for LCH. Before that, he was chief operating officer and director of business change at SwapClear. Prior to joining LCH, Robinson held roles within JP Morgan’s investment banking and asset management divisions and the Commonwealth Bank of Australia’s financial markets division.

Panmure Liberum expanded its US business with three new appointments to coincide with the newly combined business’ growth plans. Ed Husband and Hugo Hewitt joined the firm’s US sales team in New York and London, respectively.

Elsewhere, Arthur Pyott joined the firm’s sales trading desk and will split his time between New York and Florida. All three additions join from the former Numis US business. According to the firm, the hires add scale to Panmure Liberum’s coverage, enhancing its execution capabilities in the mid and large cap space, and allowing for more support of its clients’ growth ambitions.