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Michael Hughes joins DWS Investments as director, national accounts

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DWS Investments, the US retail unit of Deutsche Bank’s global asset management division, has appointed Michael Hughes as a director and senior account manager, responsible for national accounts.

Hughes will be responsible for key firm relationships in the national and regional broker dealer and bank channels.

He will be based in Chicago and will report to Michael Woods, a managing director, chief executive and US head of distribution for DWS Investments Distributors.

"We are delighted to welcome Michael to DWS Investments," says Woods. "His experience and success working with national and regional broker dealers and banks will be central in helping us to meet the changing-needs of our growing client-base.”

Hughes has over 16 years’ experience working with banks, regional and national broker dealer firms. He joins DWS Investments from Van Kampen where he served as an executive director in national accounts, responsible for overseeing a team of relationship managers within the bank and broker dealer channels.

Prior to Van Kampen, he began his career in 1993 in the asset management division of Smith Barney in New York.

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