Deutsche Bank has appointed Jason Shell as Head of Global Corporate Foreign Exchange Sales and Neehal Shah as Global Head of Investor Foreign Exchange Sales. Shell was previously responsible for FX sales to both corporates and investors in Europe. Shah was previously Global Head of Foreign Exchange Options Trading.
Mark Carrodus will take up the position of Global Head of Foreign Exchange Spot and Options. He was previously responsible for the Foreign Exchange Spot and Forwards business. Deutsche Bank says it will now run its FX forwards business regionally in order to align it more closely with the bank’s Global Finance business. David Nicholls and Joe Randazzo will take up responsibility for the FX Forwards businesses in Europe and the Americas respectively.
In Asia, Clifford Cheah will continue to manage foreign exchange and short-term interest rate trading.
Jai Rajpal takes up the position of Global Head of Asian Currency Trading.
Drew Bradford will be responsible for the Foreign Exchange Business in Japan.
“The quality and depth of our client franchise has never been stronger,” says Zar Amrolia, Global Head of Foreign Exchange. “This team, and our strong focus on clients, will ensure our continued leadership in risk management, eCommerce and product innovation.”