Deutsche Bank's global head of FX forwards exits

Mark Lewis leaves after spending 12 years at the German bank

Deutsche Bank: Mark Lewis had worked at the German bank since 2005

Mark Lewis has left his role as global head of FX forwards at Deutsche Bank, FX Week has learned.

A bank spokesperson says Lewis’ duties are being covered by his colleagues at the current time.

London-based Lewis had worked at Deutsche since 2005, holding a number of positions. He headed the European FX forwards trading desk before stepping into his most recent role in 2013, replacing Adam Vos, who was promoted to chief operating officer of the fixed income and currency group.


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