Deutsche Bank has promoted Ivor Dunbar to head of global markets in Europe, excluding Germany.Dunbar will replace Colin Grassie, who was recently appointed chief executive of Deutsche Bank in Asia-Pacific.
Based in London, Dunbar will be responsible for the management of all global markets business in the region, as well as working on the ongoing integration of the bank’s equity and fixed-income platforms. He also retains his responsibilities as global head of structured capital markets, his previous position.
In his new role, he will report to Anshu Jain, head of global markets. He will also continue to report to Rajeev Misra, global head of credit trading, for his structured capital markets role.
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