Deutsche rejigs Fic division

Arinc continues to lead FX

Deutsche Bank in New York

Deutsche Bank has reorganised its fixed income and currencies (Fic) business structure, dividing it into six "product pillars", according to an internal memo.
The six pillars are: foreign exchange; rates, flow credit and distressed products; global liquidity management; listed derivatives and clearing, and Fic market structure; and Fic Asia-Pacific.

Ahmet Arinc will continue as head of global foreign exchange, while the rates business will be led by Tom Hartnett in the Americas and Sam Wisnia in

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