Deutsche Bank Taps Veteran Citi Structurer

  • 26 Apr 2006
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Deutsche Bank has hired Greg Berman, v.p. in the firm's quantitative products engineering group in New York, from Citigroup. Renee Calabro, Deutsche Bank spokeswoman, said Berman will start this week and report to Chrif Youssfi, director and head of the quantitative products group within global markets equity in New York, who is building out the group. Youssfi declined comment.

Berman was at Citi for 10 years, most recently as a v.p. and fund derivatives structurer reporting to Samir Mathur, head of hybrids and fund derivatives trading in New York. Mathur was not immediately available for comment and Danielle Romero-Apsilos, Citi spokeswoman, declined comment.
  • 26 Apr 2006

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