Deutsche Bank Securities Inc. today announced that Dominic Konstam will join as a Managing Director and Global Head of Rates Research within the Bank’s Global Markets division. In this role, Konstam will be focusing on developing the Bank’s fixed income research platform in the US and globally, expanding its range of products on the platform and level of client service.
Konstam will report to Marcel Cassard, Global Head of Macro and Fixed Income Research, and be based in New York. His appointment will be effective June 1, 2010.
“I am delighted to welcome Dominic to join our market-leading research franchise and know he will be a major asset to our business and clients globally,” said Anshu Jain, Head of Global Markets and Member of the Management Board. "Dominic brings a wealth of knowledge and important client relationships to our platform, which will enhance our research product offering and further our success in the rates market."
Konstam joins Deutsche Bank with over 18 years of fixed income research experience and was most recently Global Head of Interest Rates Research at Credit Suisse, where he oversaw macro strategy, derivatives and treasury research.
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