NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Deutsche Bank today announced the hiring of Alexandra Cannon in Loan Sales and Garret Rowan in Loan Trading.
Alexandra Cannon will join the bank as a Director in leveraged loan sales in July. Cannon joins from Barclays, where she spent the last nine years covering clients in the leveraged loan and structured credit markets. Cannon received her BS in Financial Engineering from Columbia University. She will be based in New York and report to Alex Bici, Head of Par Loan Sales, North America.
“Alexandra brings deep relationships and a unique skill set to our franchise, with significant expertise in both leveraged loans and structured credit,” said Bici. “With CLOs representing such a large share of our investor client base, having someone with a deep knowledge of this product joining our platform is very valuable.”
Cannon will replace Liz Bodisch, who will move from loan sales to the loan trading desk, and will report to Mike Weir, Head of Par Loan Trading, North America. Bodisch has been a senior salesperson for seven years at Deutsche Bank and previously ran loan trading for a large asset manager on the buy side.
Garret Rowan will join the bank’s par loan trading desk later this month as a Vice President. Rowan will join from US Bank’s loan trading desk. Rowan received his BA in History from Columbia University and his MBA and Master of Science in Finance from Boston College. He will be based in New York and report to Mike Weir.
“Liz and Garret each represent unique hires for Deutsche Bank’s leveraged loan trading business,” said Weir. “These two hires, with their deep experience on both the buy side and the sell side, reflect an ongoing desire to better serve and connect with our investor clients.”
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