Deutsche appoints new head of global markets Japan

Marzio Keiling takes over as head of global markets Japan, succeeding Henry Ritchotte who moves to London.
Deutsche Securities announced by press release yesterday the appointment of Marzio Keiling as head of global markets Japan. Keiling, who started his new job yesterday, has also been appointed as JapanÆs representative on the global markets executive committee.

Keiling succeeds Henry Ritchotte who will move to London to assume the post of chief operating officer for the global markets division worldwide.

Global markets is part of corporate banking and securities, which is one of two divisions worldwide that make up CIB (Corporate and Investment Banking). The other division making up CIB is global transaction banking. Complicating things is the presence of corporate finance. Although part of corporate banking and securities, it is also part of global transaction banking. This hybrid unit is known as global banking, which in Japan is lead by David Shrenzel.

Keiling joined Deutsche Bank in 1996 as a founding member of its derivatives sales team with responsibility for Germany. He then went on to hold senior roles in Europe across the institutional client group and the debt capital markets/corporate coverage group.

David Hatt, president & CEO of Deutsche Securities, was quoted in the press release saying that Marzio "brings a wealth of experience from the international capital markets that will allow Deutsche Securities in Japan to continue to serve local customers with the innovative products and solutions for which we are now well known in the local marketö.

Keiling holds a combined degree in management and electrical engineering from the Technical University of Berlin, and a Master of Science in management from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
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