Dresdner hires two new group heads

Vijay Radhakishun becomes head of securitised finance. He worked at Goldman Sachs in New York until the end of 2006. There, he worked with the bank’s special situations group in principal finance. In his new role, he will be based in London and report to Garrett Curran, head of global finance. Curran said Radhakishun’s appointment would help exploit opportunities for cross-selling with Dresdner’s other global finance businesses, particularly strategic structured solutions, which also include debt capital markets and structured finance.

Curran was moved to his current job in February, after Stefan Guetter replaced him as head of global distribution. He was formerly co-head of strategic solutions for financials, corporates and the public sector for Europe, the Middle East and Africa at Merrill Lynch.

Ulrich Dunkelberg, also from Merrill, will join him as head of investor solutions in June. He has worked in various sales and marketing roles at the US bank, including head of the investor clients group for Germany, Austria and Switzerland, and head of structured credit solutions for Europe, the Middle East and Africa. With Dresdner, he will be based in London and will report to Guetter. Dunkelberg’s investor solutions unit combines the bank’s retail and financial solutions groups.

See also: Dresdner hires head of distribution

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