Deutsche Bank Hires Morgan Stanley’s Yoshida

May 27 2014 | 10:45am ET

Deutsche Bank has snagged Morgan Stanley’s former point man for hedge fund coverage of interest rates.

Chris Yoshida will join the bank in September as global head of rates sales, based in New York. “His significant global experience in rates products and deep client relationships further strengthens our ability to meet and exceed client needs across the rates business.”

Yoshida was most recently head of interest rate distribution in Europe, the Middle East and Africa at Morgan Stanley. Formerly, he lead European global macro distribution at the firm, after beginning his career at Goldman Sachs.


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