May 21, 2008

Deutsche Bank makes key hires in Russia

Deutsche Bank has today announced the appointment of key management and staff in its leading Russian franchise, following the announcement earlier this week of Igor Lojevsky’s appointment as Chief Country Officer

21 May 2008, Moscow/London - Deutsche Bank has today announced the appointment of key management and staff in its leading Russian franchise, following the announcement earlier this week of Igor Lojevsky’s appointment as Chief Country Officer.

  • Tim Wiswell and Jack Busta have been appointed co head of equity sales and trading.

  • Batubay Ozkan has been appointed head of debt trading in Russia

  • Pavel Dimitriev has been appointed head of corporate coverage for Global Markets

  • Mikhail Seleznev and Yaroslov Lissovolik have been appointed co heads of equity research in Russia

Commenting on these appointments, Dalinc Ariburnu, global head of emerging markets for its Global Markets division, said, “Russia is a key component of Deutsche Bank’s highly successful emerging markets franchise. These new hires will support the ongoing growth of this business as we continue to be the leading investment bank in Russia by offering both local and international clients the widest range of products and services.”

In addition to senior management appointments above, Deutsche Bank has also made a number of other significant hires:


In equity sales and trading:

  • Alexei Bolshakov and Patrick Uebel as sales people within international sales.

  • David Johnson as a sales trader

  • Sergei Suverov as salesperson focusing on domestic sales


In debt trading

  • Alexander Ponomarenko as head of illiquid credit, private equity and real estate


In equity research:

  • Bob Kommers, leading the team covering industrials and banking

  • Igor Semenov, covering telecoms

  • Tatiana Kopoustina, covering oil and gas

  • Brady Martin, covering retail

 

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Notes to editors:

Tim Wiswell takes on his new position from his role as Head of Russian/CIS ADR Trading and has been with Deutsche Bank (formerly UFG) since 2003.

Jack Busta will be moving to Moscow from Deutsche Bank’s London office where he was head of single stock derivatives in London. He has been with Deutsche Bank since 2003.

Pavel Dimitriev joins the bank from Dresdner Kleinwort in Moscow where he headed that bank’s DCM activities.

Mikhail Seleznev joins Deutsche Bank from ZAO KB Citibank and has covered the metals and mining sectors in Russia for nine years.

Yaroslav Lissovolik has been with Deutsche Bank (originally UFG) since 2004. He is currently the bank’s Russian economist and strategist and will continue to cover these areas as part of his new role.

Batubay Ozkan was previously Head of Corporate Coverage for Deutsche Bank in Moscow. He has been with the bank since 2006.

Alexei Bolshakov joins from DWS where he was deputy CEO and head of product development and sales in Russia. He was previously at ZAO KB Citibank in Moscow as a senior branch manager.

David Johnson joins the bank from Alfa Group in Moscow where he was an equity sales trader. He was previously at Deutsche Private Wealth Management where he was a director and head of LatAm specialist product sales and marketing.

Sergei Suverov joins from ZAO KB Citibank where he spent the last two years working in research sale. He was previously head of research at Gazprombank.

Patrick Uebel joins the Global Markets team Deutsche Asset Management where he was country head of the firm’s Russian office and COO for Europe.

Alexander Ponomarenko joins Deutsche Bank from Caruso Affilliated Holdings, a private equity firm in California where he was a development director and a director of asset management. He was previously at Goldman Sachs.

Bob Kommers joins Deutsche Bank from UBS in Moscow where he covered banks as a senior equity analyst. He has 12 years experience as an equity analyst and has also covered the bond markets in the past.

Igor Semonov joins Deutsche Bank from ING where he covered telecoms for five years. He has been covering the sector for eight years.

Tatiana Kapustina joins Deutsche Bank from Aton. Before joining Aton, Tatiana was an audit consultant with Deloitte.

Brady Martin joins Deutsche Bank from Alpha Bank where he was responsible for retail, consumer good and real estate. He has a background in the retail industry having previously worked for Walmart and as a consultant at Deloitte.

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