March 20, 2006

Deutsche Bank appoints Head of Trading for Emerging Market Debt

Deutsche Bank today announced the appointment of Kay Haigh as Head of Trading for Emerging Market Debt, effective immediately. 

In this role Haigh will cover both Latin America and EEMEA (Eastern Europe, Middle East and Africa) reporting to Pablo Calderini, Global Head of Emerging Markets. Haigh has played a key role in building the Emerging Markets franchise over the last nine years, having been a senior member of the group since its inception.

Haigh's direct reports will be:

- Ahmet Arinc, Head of EEMEA
- Sean Bates, Head of EM Credit Trading
- Christian Inderelst, Head of Euro and Retail Trading
- Sergio Kostek and Christian Binaghi, Co-Heads of Latin America Trading
- Yuri Soloviev, Head of Global Markets Russia and CIS

Pablo Calderini, Global Head of Emerging Markets commented, "The Emerging Markets business has grown considerably in both scale and complexity over the last year and is set for continued growth in the future. Our organic growth has been augmented by strategic acquisitions and expansion into new local markets and we believe this streamlined management structure will consolidate and sustain this growth."

For further information, please call:

Deutsche Bank
Stephanie Smart  
(44 20) 7545 2908
Press & Media Relations


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