Deutsche Bank Expands Fund-Linked Biz

  • 06 Nov 2006
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Deutsche Bank is transferring a senior fund-linked derivatives staff member to a new role in Tokyo. Gareth James, responsible for fund derivatives in London, will head fund derivatives structuring and origination in Asia. A date for the move and further details could not immediately be determined and James was traveling and could not be reached for comment.

To replace James in London, the firm has hired Stephane Farouze as global head of fund derivatives structuring and origination from Paradigm Global Advisors. He reports to Richard Carson, head of complex equity and co-head of synthetic equity and Wayne Felson head of complex risk for global rates.
  • 06 Nov 2006

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