JPMorgan Gets Credit Suisse Exec. To Head European Prime Brokerage

Nov 6 2012 | 11:14am ET

JPMorgan Chase snagged Credit Suisse's David Clarkson to lead its prime brokerage business in Europe and beyond.

Clarkson was named head of prime brokerage in Europe, the Middle East and Africa. At Credit Suisse, he was prime services chief of staff.

Clarkson succeeds Teresa Heitsenrether, who set up JPMorgan's European prime brokerage business last year but become its global head in New York this year.

Clarkson formerly worked at Deutsche Bank, where he was head of equity swaps, and Arthur Anderson.


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