Sam Wisnia, Deutsche Bank AG's head of rates and foreign exchange, left the German lender, Bloomberg News reported, citing "people briefed on his move."
He will join Eisler Capital, a $2.6 billion macro hedge fund set up by former Goldman Sachs Group Inc. and DMC Partners colleague Edward Eisler in 2016. Wisnia was promoted to his latest position in 2017 when Deutsche Bank merged the foreign exchange and rates units.
Kemal Askar will continue to head global rates, while Jonathan Tinker and Russell LaScala will co-head global foreign exchange. They will report to Ram Nayak, Deutsche Bank's head of trading, Bloomberg noted, citing a Deutsche Bank memo.