Deutsche Bank has appointed Kay Haigh as head of emerging market debt trading in London.Haigh, previously a senior member of the emerging markets group at Deutsche Bank, will report to Pablo Calderini, global head of emerging markets.
Haigh will cover Latin America, eastern Europe, the Middle East and Africa. Her team will comprise six people: Ahmet Arinc, head of eastern Europe, Middle East and Africa; Sean Bates, head of emerging market credit trading; Christian Inderelst, head of euro and retail trading; Sergio Kostek and Christian Binaghi, co-heads of Latin America trading; and Yuri Soloviev, head of global markets for Russia and the CIS.
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