Deutsche Bank appoints new co-Heads of Capital Markets for Russia and CIS
Deutsche Bank announced today the appointment of Maxim Lojevsky as Managing Director and Co-Head of Capital Markets for Russia and CIS. Maxim rejoins Deutsche Bank from UBS, and will co-Head Capital Markets for Russia and CIS with fellow Managing Director Vadim Martynenko.
Maxim Lojevsky is re-joining Deutsche Bank from UBS, where he was Head of Sales, Coverage and DCM for Russia and CIS from 2010 until 2012. Prior to this he worked at Deutsche Bank as Senior Originator for Russia and CIS from 2007 to 2010. Before Deutsche Bank, Maxim worked at BNP Paribas in its energy, commodities, project and export finance group as Structurer in New York from 2001 to 2004 and Paris from 2004 to 2007.
Vadim Martynenko started his career in the Moscow office of Bank Austria Creditanstalt in 1996, where we worked until 2001. From 2001 to 2003, he was Deputy Head of Sales in International Moscow Bank (HVB Group). In 2003, Vadim joined Deutsche Bank in flow fixed income sales in Moscow. Since April 2010, Vadim has been heading the sales team for Russia and CIS.
Sofia Sool will continue in her role as Managing Director and Head of Markets Coverage and Origination for Russia and CIS. Sofia joined Deutsche Bank in October 2010 from Credit Suisse where she was Head of Russia DCM in London from 2001 to 2007, and Head of Financial Institutions Coverage in Moscow from 2007 to 2010. Prior to her time at Credit Suisse, she worked in emerging markets fixed income sales at Societe Generale in Paris, and subsequently at Bayerische Landesbank from 1998 to 2000.
Maxim, Sofia, and Vadim will report jointly to Nizar Al-Bassam, Head of CEEMEA Sales and Coverage, and Batubay Ozkan, Head of Global Markets Russia and CIS.
Commenting on the appointment of Maxim, Batubay Ozkan said: "We are very pleased to have Maxim back at Deutsche Bank as co-Head of Capital Markets. His return reflects our commitment to maintaining Deutsche Bank as the leading international global markets franchise in Russia and CIS during challenging times for the global investment banking industry."
Nizar Al-Bassam added: "Maxim's arrival further strengthens our already solid management team in Moscow. Russia represents a dynamic market with continued growth opportunities for domestic and international institutional and corporate clients. Under the leadership of Sofia, Maxim and Vadim, we are extremely confident in our efforts to help our clients take full advantage of these opportunities".
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