Deutsche Ramps Up Credit Derivatives

Lugo, Denise
March 2004
Investment Dealers' Digest;3/29/2004, Vol. 70 Issue 13, p42
Trade Publication
Deutsche Bank AG, long a leader in credit derivatives, is trying to take the business a step further by launching a structured credit trading group for North America. The new unit, which has 10 traders and is part of its global markets group, will include complex structured products and hybrid products. Rivals say they're likely to go along a similar path, but acknowledge that Deutsche has beat them to the punch. The bank has named Kevin Bell and Ross Taylor managing directors and co-heads of the new unit.


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