“Sourcing illiquid risk cheaply is the future of the credit business,” says Rajeev Misra, Deutsche Bank’s global head of credit trading. This year the bank has put considerable resources behind realising this future. It has combined its structured finance effort with its structured flow business to create structured credit trading, part of which is illiquid asset trading, an area in which the bank has excelled and innovated.
The idea is to take business areas that have functioned in the same
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