October 11, 2006

Deutsche Bank appoints Sajid Javid Head of Global Credit Trading, Asia

Deutsche Bank today announced the appointment of Sajid Javid as Head of Global Credit Trading (GCT), Asia (ex-Japan), with immediate effect. Javid will relocate to Singapore from London and will be regionally responsible for all cash and derivative Credit Trading, CDOs, Securitisation, Structured Finance, Convertibles and for the Commodities business.

Javid will report to Rajeev Misra, Global Head of GCT, and to Boon-Chye Loh, Head of Global Markets Asia.

Javid previously held the position of Global Head of Emerging Market Structuring, where he was responsible for the structuring and sourcing of emerging market assets for distribution to clients. Prior to that he was Head of the Emerging Markets Structuring Group for Europe, Middle East and Africa.

Rajeev Misra, Global Head of Global Credit Trading, commented: “Deutsche Bank has seen incredible growth in Asia-Pacific over the past few years, in both domestic and external markets. We are committed to remaining a market leader in Asia and Sajid’s deep experience and exceptional technical expertise will help us achieve that goal.”


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