Deutsche Bank has appointed Connor Kelly as head of foreign exchange emerging markets options for central and eastern Europe, the Middle East, Africa and Latin America.
Kelly will be based in London and will report to Rob Mandeno, global head of foreign exchange spot and options, and to Ahmet Arinc, head of emerging market global rates, global finance and foreign exchange.
Kelly joins Deutsche Bank after four years at Goldman Sachs, where most recently he was responsible for running the euro foreign exchange options business.
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