Tuesday, 23 September 2014
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Deutsche Bank has made a pair of hires for its prime brokerage business.
Sean Duff was named a director of the firm’s capital introduction group, while Zachary Rubin joined as a director in global prime finance sales.
“We are thrilled to welcome Sean and Zach to our market-leading team,” Scott Carter, head of Deutsche Bank’s prime brokerage business for North America, said. “Sean's deep industry experience will be an asset to our growing client base in the Midwest, and Zach's sales and trading experience will complement the team in New York as we continue to increase our client base on a global basis.”
Duff comes to the firm from hedge fund Onex Capital Partners, where he was head of business development. He formerly served as director of business development at Merrill Lynch’s hedge fund unit.
Rubin was most recently an executive director at Morgan Stanley’s equity financing services unit, and is a former Goldman Sachs convertibles trader.
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