Deutsche Bank Corporate Chief Moves Stateside

Serge Marquie, global head of strategics within Deutsche Bank's equity derivatives business in London, is moving to New York to boost the corporate sales effort in the U.S. Marquie confirmed the move and said it is in response to a resurgence in U.S. corporate activity.

  • 03 Jun 2005
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Serge Marquie, global head of strategics within Deutsche Bank's equity derivatives business in London, is moving to New York to boost the corporate sales effort in the U.S. Marquie confirmed the move and said it is in response to a resurgence in U.S. corporate activity. "The opportunities are back," he noted. Corporate derivative sales had been slack in the wake of Enron and changes to International Financial Reporting Standards (DW, 5/9/04).

Marquie's transfer to New York follows Noreddine Sebti, global head of equity derivatives trading, who moved in April (DW, 4/1) and is part of a broader buildup of the firm's derivative business in the U.S. (DW, 5/13).

  • 03 Jun 2005

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