Deutsche Bank merges its listed derivatives business

Deutsche Bank merges its listed derivatives business

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Deutsche Bank is consolidating its exchange-traded derivatives product offerings by merging all its listed derivatives operations.

The new business is intended to provide investors with execution and clearing services across asset classes. It follows the appointment of eight new hires and Deutsche Bank’s launch of its multi-asset clearing platform, dbClear earlier this year.

The shift is intended to take advantage of plans by European and US regulators to reform the derivatives market and

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