Deutsche's equity derivatives heads leave


Two senior equity derivatives heads and one equity derivatives trader have left Deutsche Bank after it reported EUR386 million in losses on its equity proprietary trading book in its third-quarter results.

Richard Carson, Deutsche's London-based global equity derivatives head, has resigned, along with Nino Kjellman, Deutsche's head of equity derivatives in Asia. Until recently, Kjellman was in charge of global equity derivatives in Europe. Andrew Kent, a London-based equity derivatives trader

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