Deutsche Bank has promoted Sajid Javid to the position of global head of emerging market structuring. He was previously head of the emerging markets structuring group for Europe, the Middle East and Africa.Based in London, Javid reports to Pablo Calderini, head of Deutsche’s global markets business for Latin America, and, Central and Eastern Europe, the Middle East, and Africa (CEEMA).
Javid is now responsible for structuring all global markets products in these regions, and for the structuring and sourcing of emerging market assets for distribution to clients.
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