Credit Suisse hired Eric Miller as a managing director and head of fixed-income research globally effective in June.
Miller, who will be based in New York, will be responsible for managing all research asset classes. With 20 years of experience in this field, Miller was most recently at Barclays Capital as the global head of credit research. Before that, he worked in the research departments at Goldman Sachs and Merrill Lynch.
The new hire will jointly report into Gael de Boissard and Tony Ehinger, co-heads of global securities.
"With two decades of experience working in various research roles, Eric brings a wealth of industry knowledge to this position," Boissard said. "Under Eric's leadership, our clients will certainly benefit from his expertise and proven track record."
"We are committed to delivering world-class research to our clients and strategically expanding our capabilities across the Fixed Income research franchise," Ehinger added. "I am confident that Eric will be instrumental in driving efforts to further expand our fixed-income research offerings."
The announcement of Miller's hire comes two days after StructuredFinanceNews.com reported that Jay Kim, co-head of Barclays' U.S. asset securitization team, will be moving to Credit Suisse in May to head up the bank's asset finance team.
Kim will be bringing around 10 Barclays bankers with him. For more on this story, please click this link.