August 4, 2010

Deutsche Bank strengthens Global Prime Finance in North America

Deutsche Bank today announced two hires within its Institutional Client Group.

Sean Duff has joined as a Director in the capital introduction group, based in Chicago. Duff joins with 16 years of industry experience. Most recently, he was head of business development at Onex Credit Partners, prior to that he worked at Merrill Lynch as director of business development for the company’s hedge fund development and management group. Earlier in his career, Duff was director of alternative investments for SAC Capital Advisors

Zachary Rubin has joined as a Director in Global Prime Finance Sales, based in New York. Rubin joins from Morgan Stanley, where he spent five years, most recently as an executive director in equity financing services. Prior to Morgan Stanley, he spent 11 years at Goldman Sachs as a convertibles trader.  

Both Duff and Rubin report to Scott Carter, Managing Director and Head of Global Prime Finance Sales and Capital Introduction in North America.

“We are thrilled to welcome Sean and Zach to our market-leading* team,” said Carter. “Sean’s deep industry experience will be an asset to our growing client base in the Midwest, and Zach’s sales and trading experience will complement the team in New York as we continue to increase our client base on a global basis.”

* Deutsche Bank has been named a top prime brokerage provider in the past three annual Global Custodian surveys.

For further information, please call:

Deutsche Bank AG                                

Renee Calabro
Phone: +1(212) 250-5525

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