Deutsche Bank has added several staff with hedge fund derivatives sales experience and shifted several more within its institutional client group in New York and London.Deutsche named James Goldie co-head of European sales, ex-Germany, for its institutional client group. Goldie will be based in London and lead the group alongside Antonio Linares. He previously headed European sales at ABN Amro. Prior to that Goldie was a senior credit and hedge fund sales specialist at Schroder Salomon Smith Barney. He will report to Colin Grassie, joint global head of the group.
Also joining Deutsche's European sales team are Danielle Merone and Melissa Murphy. Merone joins from Credit Suisse First Boston, where she covered financial institutions and hedge funds. Murphy joins from Salomon Smith Barney in Hong Kong.
Rolf Steffens is joining Deutsche's institutional client group for Germany. Steffens, formerly with Merrill Lynch, will cover German banks within the relative value group.
Bryan Reid, formerly head of global markets finance based in London, has transferred to New York to become head of Deutsche's insitutional client group for the Americas. Rachel Bobillier, recently with JP Morgan Chase, is now tasked with expanding credit coverage for hedge fund clients in New York under Reid.
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