By Andrei Skvarsky.
Russia’s Renaissance Capital has re-hired one of its former senior managers, Rupert Preece, putting him in charge of Sub-Saharan fixed income trading, and hired Marina Ryabokon from Australian mortgage broker Liquidity Finance as director in its international fixed income sales service.
Both Preece and Ryabokon will be based in London, RenCap said in a statement.
Preece worked at RenCap from 2007 to 2011, overseeing debt-related primary-market business, and subsequently all credit flow trading for the Moscow-based firm, which focuses on emerging and frontier markets.
He then joined Nomura, and afterwards went over to Kazakh bank Visor Capital. Before joining Renaissance in 2007, he held syndicate management roles at ING and German bank WestLB.
Ryabokon was a partner at Liquidity Finance, a firm with its headquarters in Sydney.