Bob Keller to join Deutsche Bank as a Managing
Director in Global Credit Trading in New York
May 25, 2010 03:03 PM Eastern Daylight Time
NEW YORK--(EON: Enhanced Online News)--Deutsche Bank today announced that Bob Keller will join as a
Managing Director in Global Credit Trading within the Bank’s Global Markets division. In his role, Keller will trade
cash and credit default swaps (CDS), and report to Masaya Okoshi, Managing Director and Head of Investment
Grade Credit Trading in the Americas. Keller will be based in New York.
Keller will join from Jefferies & Company, Inc. where he spent a year as a senior vice president in investment grade
cash trading. Prior to Jefferies, Keller spent nine years at Merrill Lynch, most recently as a director in investment
“We are delighted to welcome Bob to our team, and confident he will meet the high standards our clients have come
to expect from us,” said Ray Costa, Managing Director and Co-Head of Flow Credit Trading in North America. “It
is especially important to have a deep bench of seasoned traders to guide clients though challenging markets.”
“The addition of Bob underscores our commitment to the cash side of our credit trading business, as well as recent
steps we have taken to accommodate a prolonged surge in client demand,” said Nick Pappas, Managing Director
and Co-Head of Flow Credit Trading in North America.
The Bank recently announced the hires of Casey Talbot as Head of High Grade Credit Sales and Co-Head of
Credit Sales, as well five senior hires in credit sales and trading.
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Germany and Europe, the bank is continuously growing in North America, Asia and key emerging markets. With
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