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New role at Deutsche Bank
Deutsche Bank has appointed Thomas Paul (left), head of fixed income for the Americas, as the head of its interest rate risk committee, a newly created position based in London. In his new position, Paul will be responsible for co-ordinating all activities that have exposure to interest rate risk, including fixed-income and derivatives trading, foreign exchange and commodities. Paul will be responsible for a team of 10 people and will report to Wolfgang Matis

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