Deutsche Snags UBS Exec.

May 4 2007 | 11:36am ET

Bill Nook has joined Deutsche Bank Securities as a director in the Bank's Financial Institutions Group specializing in asset management and alternative investment companies. He will be based in New York and will report to Niron Stabinsky, a managing director in FIG and the group's global head of asset management.

Nook joins from UBS, where he served as an executive director in the investment banking division covering asset management firms.

"Bill has nearly a decade of experience covering asset managers," said Jorge Calderon, managing director and global head of FIG. "We are confident that his experience and knowledge of the client base will complement the strong focus that Deutsche Bank has in the alternative asset management space."


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