Morgan Stanley's head of fixed income calls it a day

Ronnie Roy relinquishes his role as head of Asia-Pacific fixed income at Morgan Stanley to colleague Stephen Glynn.

Morgan Stanley's head of fixed income calls it a day

Ranodeb Roy, the head of Morgan Stanley’s Asia-Pacific fixed income division, is quitting the bank and will be replaced by Stephen Glynn, according to an internal memo that FinanceAsia has seen.

Roy joined Morgan Stanley in March 2008, responsible for around 200 people across rates, foreign exchange, emerging markets, credit, structured credit and special situations. His responsibilities spanned Asia-Pacific, including offices in Hong Kong, China, India, Korea, Australia and Singapore.


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