Zar Amrolia has returned to Deutsche Bank as global head of bank sales for foreign exchange and commodities.He previously managed the day-to-day running of the bank’s forex and e-commerce teams, until he joined Goldman Sachs in August 2000 as a partner to head foreign exchange and e-commerce. He then became co-head of European foreign exchange sales, until May 2002 when he changed to co-head of new European corporates, with his other responsibilities taken on by his co-head Geoff Grant. He quit Goldman in March 2003 to pursue other interests.
Amrolia rejoined Deutsche this week and is based in London. He reports to Dan Almeida, global head of foreign exchange sales, with an additional line to Jim Turley, global head of foreign exchange and commodities.
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