NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Deutsche Bank continues to strengthen its investment in Global Markets Americas, and today announced the hiring of David Silber as Head of Americas Equity Derivatives, and Eoin Milligan, a Director in Equities.
David Silber joins in June as Managing Director and Head of Americas Equity Derivatives, where he will be responsible for both Sales and Trading across Equity Derivatives. Silber has nearly 20 years of banking experience, and was most recently Managing Director and Head of North American Execution Sales at Citi where he was responsible for the equity derivatives business across the region. Prior to Citi, Silber spent six years at Jefferies & Company where he was most recently Head of Equity Derivatives. Silber received his B.A. from Muhlenberg College in Pennsylvania. He will be based in New York and report to Brad Kurtzman, Head of Americas Equities, and John O’Brien, Head of Americas Equity Distribution.
Deutsche Bank also hired Eoin Milligan as Director. Milligan has more than 15 years of experience building technological solutions for the financial industry, and was most recently Director at Bank of America where he was responsible for building strategic risk and exposure management applications. Prior to Bank of America, Milligan was at J.P. Morgan in a similar role. Milligan received his B.S. from The Cooper Union for The Advancement of Science and Arts, his M.S. in Electrical Engineering from Columbia University and his MBA from New York University. He is based in New York and reports to Miguel Barrio, Managing Director, Global Markets, Equities.
“These hires represent the continued investment in our US equities business. We are looking forward to welcoming David and Eoin to our team,” said Brad Kurtzman, Head of Americas Equities.
Deutsche Bank announced earlier this month that it hired Lori Arndt as Global Head of Client Strategy in Equities, Christopher McCarthy as a Director in Global Credit Trading, and Ronnie Shah as a Director in Research.
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