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Some banks are more partial to market risk professionals becoming traders than others, says Butter. However, he declined to mention which ones.
Which ones are they?
"Market risk isn't really seen as a middle office function any more," says David Butter of risk recruitment firm GRS. "Market risk professionals are now largely involved in making trading decisions, which means it's a natural succession for them to start managing their own money."
What involvement do they have in making trading decisions?