Deutsche Bank European credit trading head adds Americas remit

Deutsche Bank’s managing director and European head of credit trading, Antoine Cornut, has expanded his role to include oversight of credit trading in the Americas.

  • 24 Feb 2012
According to a Deutsche Bank internal memo, Cornut’s promotion to head of flow credit trading Americas and Europe comes as part of the bank’s response to what it sees as the current industry challenges. Within this, said the memo, it was "critical to enhance our cross border expertise ...

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