Fed Rules Seen Speeding Commodity Trader Exodus From Banks

  • Bank investments would have higher costs, less flexibility
  • Bonuses are ‘golden handcuffs’ keeping some traders at banks

The spread of business and talent out of Wall Street and into merchant trading firms will probably accelerate after the Federal Reserve’s new bid to restrict bank commodity holdings, according to one employment specialist.

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