Deutsche Bank names global head of FX

Arinc replaces Rodgers

Deutsche Bank in New York

Deutsche Bank has appointed Ahmet Arinc to global head of foreign exchange, replacing Kevin Rodgers who retired from the industry earlier this year.

David Wayne, previously head of FX trading, North America, has been appointed head of currency trading, reporting to Arinc. Meanwhile, Sam Wisnia becomes head of rates trading in Europe, reporting to Richard Herman, head of fixed income and currency markets.

Arinc previously managed Deutsche's emerging markets business, but now he will run this as a

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