DB hires two in Taiwan

Max Wang and Daniel Chang come to its global equities business unit.

Deutsche Bank continues to bolster its global equities business in the Asia-Pacific region by hiring two new members in its Taipei office.

Max Wang comes to the German bank's global equities division as a vice president and head of cash dealing. Wang will report to both Warren Primhak, head of cash trading, Asia and Alex Lee, head of equities for Taiwan. He moves to Deutsche from Taiwan-based Primasia Securities, where he was involved in equity product sales to local institutional clients. Aside from Primasia Securities, Wang has also held positions with UBS Securities, ABN AMRO and Merrill Lynch.

Also shifting to Deutsche in Taipei is Daniel Chang who has been appointed vice president and a research analyst in the technology and small/mid cap sector. Before Deutsche, Chang worked as an elecronics analyst for HSBC. He has also held positions in the corporate finance and equity sales teams of HSBC Investment Banking.

The appointments follow Deutsche's recent equities-related hiring of Tom Lin as director and Taiwan equities sales specialist. According to the bank, more hires can be expected as part of its equities trading strategy.

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