Deutsche Bank has hired a new top banker to run its fixed-income sales for emerging markets

Deutsche Bank has hired Ken Reich to help run Its fixed income sales operation for emerging markets.

Reich joins the bank as its head of emerging market fixed income sales, covering Europe, the Middle East, and Africa, the company confirmed. He’ll be based in London and report to Davis Posen, global head of emerging markets sales.

“Ken is seasoned professional who contributes deep experience to Deutsche Bank’s emerging markets business,” said David Posen. “Deutsche Bank has been actively enhancing its EM platform in Europe, and Ken will be a key addition to the team.”

This is Reich’s second go around at the German bank, where he formerly ran global FX sales.

Prior to returning to Deutsche Bank, Reich worked at Man Financial. Before that, he was the European regional head of financial markets for Standard Chartered in London.

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