Deutsche Bank Adds German Salesman

Deutsche Bank in Frankfurt has hired Richard Winderl, an equity derivatives salesman covering Germany and Austria, from Credit Suisse in London.

  • 13 Oct 2006
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Deutsche Bank in Frankfurt has hired Richard Winderl, an equity derivatives salesman covering Germany and Austria, from Credit Suisse in London. Reached at Deutsche Bank, Winderl declined comment on his exact role, title and reporting line. He is understood to be covering structured equity sales to institutions.

Amy Thompson, Credit Suisse spokeswoman, said Winderl left in April and reported to Stephane Diederich, coordinator for institutional equity derivatives coverage in Europe and regional head of equity derivatives coverage for Germany, Austria and the Netherlands. Armin Niedermeier, Deutsche Bank spokesman in Frankfurt, did not return calls by press time.

  • 13 Oct 2006

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