Eugenio Alarcon joins Deutsche Bank`s Debt Capital Markets Group from the Mexican Ministry of Finance
Alarcon joins the bank from the Mexican Ministry of Finance (UMS) where he was the Deputy Director General of External Credit and his responsibilities included funding strategies for the Mexican government and risk management for the government's external debt portfolio.
"The liability management and funding expertise Eugenio acquired at UMS, one of the most sophisticated sovereign borrowers in emerging markets, will bring unique insight to our activities in both the local Mexican and Latin American capital markets," said Marcelo Blanco, Head of Debt Capital Markets and Corporate Coverage for Latin America. "His addition to our team further underscores our commitment to this region and our ongoing expansion in Latin America."
Alarcon holds a BA from Universidad Anahuac and an MBA from Instituto Tecnologico Autonomo de Mexico.
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