Deutsche Bank has appointed David Lane as head of equity financial resource management in New York. He rejoins Deutsche after two years at Merrill Lynch, where he was global head of the asset optimisation group. Before joining Merrill Lynch, Lane was global head of collateral management in equity at Deutsche in London.Lane will be responsible for funding, balance sheet and collateral management within the equities asset class at Deutsche’s global markets division, and will also be charged with identifying arbitrage opportunities across the debt and equity platforms. He reports locally to global head of securities lending Anthony Byrne and head of prime services for the Americas Mark Haas.
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