People: New roles for Amrolia and Rodgers in Deutsche reshuffle


Deutsche Bank has reorganised the management of its foreign exchange business, following the creation of a new electronic trading unit for its markets division, which will focus on electronic execution platforms across fixed-income asset classes.

Zar Amrolia, who has been global head of foreign exchange since 2006, now also becomes head of markets electronic trading, and Kevin Rodgers, formerly global head of forex spot, e-trading and derivatives, becomes global head of foreign exchange and

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