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Deutsche Bank strengthens institutional client group in North America

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Deutsche Bank has appointed Mitch Braselton and Matthew O’Connor as managing directors in the institutional client group, debt, in North America.

Both Braselton and O’Connor are based in New York.

Braselton will report to Stefan Hoops, head of structured product sales in North America. He joined from Garrison Investment Group, where he was a managing director focused on business development for financial institutions. Prior to Garrison, he spent four years at Morgan Stanley, where he was co-head of structured credit sales in North America.

O’Connor will focus on commodity investor sales and report to Joshua Sadler, head of commodity investor sales in North America. O’Connor joined the bank from RBS Sempra, where he was a managing director and head of investor sales. Prior to RBS Sempra, he worked at Citigroup as a director and head of US commodity investor sales.

"We are delighted to welcome Mitch and Matt to our team as we continue to expand to accommodate increasing client demand for our industry-leading* fixed income products," says Lou Jaffe, managing director and head of the institutional client group, debt in the Americas.

Earlier this year, the bank hired Casey Talbot as a managing director and head of high grade credit sales and co-head of credit sales within the markets division.

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