London-based data provider Markit has appointed Marcus Schüler as managing director in sales and marketing.He will be responsible for Markit’s relationships with regulators, central banks, trade associations and accounting firms – a mandate that spans all of the firm’s products and services, as well as geographic regions. He will be based in London and report to Shane Akeroyd and Mike Rushmore, global co-heads of sales and marketing.
Schüler left his previous role at Deutsche Bank in January as the firm confirmed a wave of 300 job cuts in its global markets division. At Deutsche Bank, he was head of integrated credit marketing in Europe for nearly four years. In this role, he led marketing and product development for flow and structured credit products.
Prior to Deutsche Bank, Schüler was responsible for credit derivatives marketing at JP Morgan, where he was involved in the creation of the benchmark iTraxx credit derivatives indexes, now owned by Markit.
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