Deutsche Bank strengthens Latin America sales and trading in New York
Deutsche Bank’s Emerging Markets business, within its Global Markets division, today announced several key hires in Latin America sales and trading in New York.
Jorge Daniel Usandivaras will join as a Managing Director and Head of Latin American Strategic Transactions. He will report to Manuel Schnaidman, Managing Director and Head of the Fixed Income Strategic Transactions Group in North America and Gonzalo Barbon and Federico Infantino, Managing Directors and Co-Heads of Emerging Markets Structuring for Latin America. Usandivaras joins from Banco Itaú, where he was a Senior Executive Officer. Prior to joining Itaú, he was a Managing Director and Head of New Product Development for Latin America at Merrill Lynch.
Oxana Saunders will join as a Director in Emerging Markets Fixed Income Sales, covering hedge funds and asset managers, and report to David Posen, Managing Director and Head of Emerging Markets Debt Sales for the Americas. Saunders will join from Barclays Capital, where she was a Director in Emerging Markets Fixed Income Sales.
Ted Burke will join as a Director and Head of Latin America External Debt Trading, and report to Cristian Binaghi, Managing Director and Head of Latin American Trading, and Mehmet Artun, Managing Director and Head of Emerging Markets External Debt Trading. Burke joins from Credit Suisse, where he was a Director and head of Central and Eastern Europe and Africa debt trading.
“We are pleased to welcome Jorge, Oxana and Ted to our team in New York,” said Karan Madan, Managing Director and Head of Global Markets Latin America. “As momentum in Latin America continues, we are adding professionals who will help our clients gain exposure to the region.”
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