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Stephen Blyth has resigned as London-based head of global rates proprietary trading at Deutsche Bank to take up a senior role at Harvard Management Company (HMC).
Deutsche Bank has hired Mike Ginelli from Barclays Capital to head its product development for prime brokerage within the bank’s global markets division in New York.
Deutsche Bank has appointed Mel Gunewardena as managing director and global head of fixed income prime brokerage, within its global markets division.
Deutsche Bank Securities has hired Craig Perlman as managing director and US head of client service for prime brokerage within its global markets division.
The UK’s Bank of England has today warned that a sharp jump in borrowing linked to private equity deals has left corporations at increasing risk of defaulting on loan commitments.
Deutsche Bank has hired Shen Yan as head of its institutional client group for north Asia and head of credit sales for Asia.
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 optimi...
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