Deutsche Bank strengthens its Distribution & Emerging Market Loan Trading team in London
Deutsche Bank today announced the appointment of Sébastien Avot as a Director in its Distribution & Emerging Market Loan Trading (“EMLT”) team, part of Structured Trade & Export Finance (STEF) in Global Transaction Banking. Sébastien will join the Bank in October, and will be based in London.
Reporting to Boris Jaquet in STEF’s Distribution & EMLT team, Sébastien will focus on distributing syndicated unsecured and structured loans for global borrowers into the EMEA region, both in primary and secondary markets.
Sébastien brings with him nearly a decade’s experience in syndicating and trading emerging market and structured trade finance loans, and joins from BNP Paribas, where he was most recently responsible for selling loans in France, Russia, CIS and Turkey, as well as some secondary sales.
Boris Jaquet said of the appointment, “I am delighted to welcome Sébastien to Deutsche Bank. He will be an invaluable addition to the team and will undoubtedly help to further strengthen our distribution capacity and investor reach.”
Guy Brooks, Global Head of Distribution & EMLT at Deutsche Bank said: “Sebastian further strengthens our existing global team and placement capability and will help us deliver value added solutions to our expanding franchise.”
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