The tally of Credit Suisse investment bankers in the U.S. leaving for rivals ahead of the company’s takeover climbed to at least eight this week, with Nick Williams going to Deutsche Bank and Arnoud Boksteijn to Barclays, reported Bloomberg News.

Williams, a managing director in equity capital markets in New York, had been at Credit Suisse for more than a decade, according to Bloomberg. Boksteijn had been at the bank since 2021 and reportedly worked at Rabobank before then. Before Boksteijn and Williams, at least six other Credit Suisse bankers in the U.S. had resigned to join competitors this week including Banco Santander, Mizuho Securities USA and Wells Fargo & Co.