Merrill Taps Deutsche Bank Marketer

Matt Eastwick, a credit derivatives marketer to corporates at Deutsche Bank in New York, has left the firm and will be joining Merrill Lynch in a similar role.

  • 14 Apr 2006
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Matt Eastwick, a credit derivatives marketer to corporates at Deutsche Bank in New York, has left the firm and will be joining Merrill Lynch in a similar role. He'll report to Wylie Collins, managing director in debt capital markets, after two months gardening leave. Collins did not immediately return a message.

Eastwick reported to Raj Bhattacharyya, managing director and head of corporate derivatives at Deutsche Bank, who did not return a phone message. Michele Agostinho Allison, Deutsche Bank spokeswoman, and Terez Hanhan, Merrill spokeswoman, declined comment. Eastwick could not immediately be reached.

  • 14 Apr 2006

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