Deutsche Bank reorganises credit trading

Deutsche Bank has reorganised its credit trading department after a number of high-profile departures in the past 12 months. Mark Ritter becomes chief operating officer for global credit trading, a role that was occupied by Mark Beeston until last summer when he moved to become president of credit derivatives post-trade messaging service T-Zero.

Jim Turley, previously head of global currencies and commodities, replaces Ritter as global head of commodities.

Ritter takes on responsibility for all

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