Deutsche hires Sekiguchi as head of emerging markets strategy

New York-based Sekiguchi will report to David Folkerts-Landau, Deutsche's head of global markets research. He succeeds Jose Luis Daza, who is leaving the German bank to join Integrated Finance, a specialist investment bank created in February this year by risk management stalwarts, Peter Hancock, Roberto Mendoza and Robert Merton.

Sekiguchi joined Deutsche's emerging markets strategy team in February 2001. Prior to that he was head of the Latin American fixed-income strategy group at JP Morgan, where he headed a team of strategists and quantitative analysts responsible for generating investment recommendations on currencies, external and domestic debt.

Sekiguchi joined JP Morgan in 1996 after completing his doctoral studies in economics at the University of Chicago, where he specialised in finance and international economics.

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