CDPC Head Leaves DB

Matthew Cooleen, charged with launching Deutsche Bank's credit derivative product company, left the firm last week.

  • 27 Oct 2006
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Matthew Cooleen, charged with launching Deutsche Bank's credit derivative product company, left the firm last week. Ted Meyer, spokesman at Deutsche Bank, said it will push forward with launching the CDPC although it has not yet hired a replacement.

Cooleen was hired in March from MML Assurance. He could not be reached for comment and it could not be determined if he has left for another firm.

  • 27 Oct 2006

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