Deutsche Bank appoints Tim Nicolle as Managing Director for CEEMEA Securitization
Deutsche Bank has appointed Tim Nicolle as a Managing Director, with responsibility for CEEMEA (Central and Eastern Europe, Middle East and Africa) Securitization. He will join the bank in Q2 2007, reporting jointly to Jeff Stolz, Head of the European Securitized Products Group and Sean Bates, Head of Emerging Markets Credit Trading and Structured Finance.
In this newly-created role, Nicolle will be responsible for a team working across business lines to further develop Deutsche Bank’s expertise in the CEEMEA region. He joins the bank from HVB where he was most recently Deputy Head of the European Securitization Group responsible for the Central Eastern Europe and CIS regions.
Commenting on the appointment, Sean Bates said; “Deutsche Bank is highly committed to emerging markets and already has a very successful securitization business in Latin America. We believe that a similar business in the CEEMEA region is the next important step.”
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