Deutsche Bank Reels In Ferox Credit Staffer

  • 28 Mar 2006
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Deutsche Bank has hired Filippo Lanza, senior credit portfolio manager and credit derivatives trader at hedge fund Ferox Capital Management in London. Reached at Deutsche Bank, Lanza declined all comment and details of his role could not immediately be determined. Credit officials say he reports to co-heads of global structured credit trading Bertrand Des Pallieres and Antonio Di Flumeri, who is also European head of credit derivatives. The pair did not return calls by press time.

Lanza left Ferox in December after two years at the fund founded by former world fly-fishing champion Jeremy HermannNicholas Curtis, spokesman, said he has not been replaced because the credit fund closed when he left. He declined further comment. Prior to Ferox, Lanza was a senior trader at Lehman Brothers and JPMorgan.
  • 28 Mar 2006

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