Deutsche Bank appoints David Silbert as Global Head of Commodities
Deutsche Bank today announced the appointment of David Silbert as Global Head of Commodities, reporting to Rajeev Misra, Head of Global Credit Trading, effective early in 2007.
Silbert, who will be based in London, joins the bank from Merrill Lynch, where he was most recently European head of commodities. He served as president of Entergy Koch in Europe prior to its acquisition by Merrill Lynch. Prior to his move to London in 2003, he was responsible for Entergy Koch’s successful North Eastern Gas Trading operation. From 1993 to 1998, Silbert was a natural gas trader with Texaco Natural Gas, U.S.
Rajeev Misra, Head of Global Credit Trading, commented: “David is a highly experienced commodities industry professional, and I am confident that his depth of experience will allow us to grow our commodities platform, focussing on our strength as a differentiated structured solutions provider.“
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