Credit Suisse has appointed Oliver Groeteke, Wolfgang Faust and Dirk Bombe to add to its equity derivatives sales team in Frankfurt. The three new staff arrive from Deutsche Bank, where they worked on the institutional equity derivatives sales desk, covering German mutual funds, asset managers and insurance companies.Groeteke joins as head of German equity derivatives sales. He will report locally to Lorne Campbell, head of equities in Frankfurt, and globally to Tom Teague, head of European flow sales. Groeteke has 20 years' experience in the financial markets.
Faust and Bombe join as director and vice-president, respectively. They both report to Groeteke. They will be responsible for marketing equity derivatives and delta one products to the bank’s German institutional client base.
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