March 14, 2006

Jay Bryant joins Deutsche Bank`s CDO Group in New York

Deutsche Bank Securities Inc. today announced that Jay Bryant will join the firm as a Director in the Collateralized Debt Obligation (CDO) group within the firm's Global Markets Division. He will be based in New York and responsible for cash and synthetic CDO origination, syndication and distribution. Bryant will report to Michael Herzig and Michael Lamont, both Managing Directors and Co-Heads of the U.S. CDO group.   

Bryant joins the firm from Merrill Lynch, where he spent the last nine years and was most recently a Director in Structured Credit Sales.  Prior to that, he was a Vice President at Utendahl Capital Partners. 

"Cash and synthetic CDOs have long been a core business for us globally and we are continuously finding ways to expand our existing capabilities in the U.S. Consequently, we have strengthened our business by hiring an outstanding marketer with extensive industry expertise," said Herzig. "Jay's product knowledge and market experience will make him a valuable resource for our clients and an excellent addition to our capital markets team."

Bryant holds a BA from Harvard University and an MBA from Columbia University.


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