Former investment bank COO Mitch Danzig left Deutsche in January
Deutsche Bank has parted ways with its
European prime brokerage and swaps clearing head Paul Houston
four years after he joined the European banking giant.
London-based Houston stepped down on
Tuesday from his position as Deutsche's head of foreign
exchange prime brokerage, over-the-counter clearing and head of
listed derivatives solutions for Europe, Middle East and
Africa, according to sources.
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