Deutsche Bank announced today it has expanded its origination capabilities in Central Eastern Europe Middle East and Africa with four senior appointments. These new hires position the Bank to better serve clients and to further develop its franchise in CEEMEA, and in particular Russia and the CIS, a growing and active region.
Natalia Isakova joins as Managing Director and Head of CIS origination to focus on the continued development of the Bank’s financing capabilities within Russia and the CIS. Natalia joins Deutsche Bank from Barclays and is based in London.
Dimitry Kabysh joins as Managing Director and is responsible for structured product origination, adding to the Bank’s success in structured financing products by increasing focus on marketing to selective clients. Dimitry is based in London.
Gabor Asztalos joins as Director from Morgan Stanley to spearhead a greater focus within CEEMEA origination on derivative products linked to financing solutions. Gabor is based in London.
Tatyana Belova joins as Director and is responsible for coverage and origination in Russia. Tatyana joins from UBS and is based in Moscow.
The Bank has also hired Dina Khramtsova as vice president in the Russia and CIS origination team. Dina joins from VTB Capital.
Commenting on the appointments, Nizar Al-Bassam, Head of CEEMEA CMTS, said: “With these appointments we are further strengthening our origination team and franchise in CEEMEA. Their appointments will help Deutsche Bank to better serve this dynamic market and its increasingly sophisticated domestic and international institutional and corporate clients.”
The CEEMEA origination group incorporates all elements of financing opportunities for public, private and structured debt plus liability management. The group combines all resources to deliver the Bank’s primary derivatives capabilities into those financing situations.
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