One of the industry’s top rated Technical Analysts, John Roque, has left his former firm of many years, Natixis, for WJB Capital Group.

Good luck in the new shop, John. Looking forward to seeing your research continue as before.

Is it just me, or have there been lots of high profile job swapping going on?


John Roque, technical analyst at Natixis Bleichroeder

WJB Capital Group Expands its Strategy Platform and Sales Force With the Hiring of Two Former Natixis Bleichroeder Managing Directors
PRNewswire, May 18 2009

Category: Technical Analysis

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3 Responses to “John Roque Leaves Natixis”

  1. constantnormal says:

    Off topic — does this smell to anyone else?

    JPMorgan $29 Billion WaMu Windfall Turned Bad Loans Into Income

    To me, it sure seems like a scheme that generates fake (and temporary) income, something that could be used to support plenty of bonuses, at least up until the mortgage term is up and the property remains on the books, or it is sold at something approximating the price (value) it was marked down to at acquisition.

  2. VennData says:

    His departure could be predicted by looking at the long-term employment trends.

  3. to be clear, I do not know John Roque, and the following is, in no way, directed at, or toward him.

    though w/this: ” have there been lots of high profile job swapping going on?”

    as the old adage goes: “a new bonus–is bad for for the Memory.”