People: Bänziger leaves Deutsche as Fan, Faissola take new roles

Deutsche's Bänziger to go, while Fan becomes securities co-head; BoE's Tucker gets CPSS role; Ashley shakes things up at Nomura; unhappy Goldman trader adopts scorched earth policy


Deutsche Bank has announced that Hugo Bänziger will step down as the firm’s chief risk officer (CRO) on May 31 this year. Bänziger has been with the firm since 1996, joining as head of global credit markets in London after spells with Credit Suisse and the Swiss Federal Banking Commission. He was appointed chief credit officer in 2000, and became CRO and member of the bank’s management board and the group executive committee in 2006.

Clemens Börsig, Deutsche Bank’s chairman of the supervisory

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