Troika appoints Unicredit FX trader
Troika Dialog has hired a trader from Unicredit bank. The appointment is the latest in a series of senior hires that followed its merger with Sberbank.
Peter Holowka joins as head of electronic foreign exchange trading. Before his position at Unicredit bank, where he was global head of e-commerce, he has also held senior positions at BNP Paribas and Royal Bank of Canada.
He started his career in the industry as vice president at Morgan Stanley. He has over 25 years of experience in global markets in London, Tokyo and New York.
Other recent appointments include Dean Tyler as head of international fixed income sales, Mazen Nomura as head of credit trading and Evgeny Ageshin as head of corporate sales.
Troika Dialog was founded in 1991 as one of the first investment houses after the demise of the communist regime in Russia. It merged officially with Sberbank on 23 January, forming the largest universal banking institution in Russia.
The firm is active in the areas of securities sales and trading, investment banking, private wealth and asset management, direct and venture investments, as well as personal investment and finance. Its offices are located in 21 cities across Russia as well as New York, London, Nicosia, Kiev and Almaty.