Noreddine Sebti, Deutsche Bank’s global head of equity trading, will relocate to Hong Kong from New York to head the firm’s equities business in Asia.He takes over from Colin Fan, who will move to London to become co-head of global credit trading. In his new role, Sebti will report to Loh Boon-Chye, head of global markets Asia, and continue to report to Yassine Bouhara, global head of equities.
Sebti will take over regional responsibility in Asia, managing the full range of the bank’s customer-facing equity businesses, including cash equities, derivatives such as synthetic access to local markets, exotics and flow, and illiquid equity derivatives trading and financing.
Sebti joined Deutsche Bank in 1998 and has held several senior roles in London and New York.
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