Studs hired by bond firm Pimco

Daily Mail - - City & Finance -

FOR­MER high fly­ing banker John Studzin­ski is join­ing bond spe­cial­ist Pimco as an ad­viser to top clients.

The 62-year-old will take the role of vice chair­man and will be based in New York, ad­vis­ing gov­ern­ments and some of the world’s big­gest pen­sion funds and cor­po­ra­tions.

Known in the City as Studs, he was a key player in the 1980s ‘Big Bang’ when dereg­u­la­tion saw US banks swoop into Lon­don.

He set up Mor­gan Stan­ley’s Euro­pean deal-mak­ing arm in the Square Mile, then moved to HSBC in 2003 to build up its in­vest­ment bank­ing arm. The phi­lan­thropist and fine art col­lec­tor later be­came a vice chair­man at pri­vate eq­uity firm Black­stone.

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