NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Deutsche Bank today announced it has hired Bryan North-Clauss as Managing Director and Head of US Rates Sales. He will be based in New York and report to Chris Yoshida, Global Head of Rates Sales. North-Clauss will join the Bank in September.
North-Clauss will join the Bank from Morgan Stanley where he spent over five years, in both New York and London, most recently responsible for building and managing the hedge fund and international real money coverage teams. He was previously responsible for building and leading Morgan Stanley’s Government Sponsored Enterprises (GSE) coverage team in New York. Before joining Morgan Stanley, he held rates sales roles at Citibank and Lehman Brothers.
“We are thrilled to welcome Bryan to the Bank,” said Yoshida. “His technical skill set and deep client relationships will be a valuable asset to our US Rates business.”
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