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Deutsche hires former Nomura chief FX strategist

Deutsche Bank has hired ex-Nomura chief currency strategist as its chief foreign-exchange strategist and head of fixed income research in Tokyo, the bank stated.

Taisuke Tanaka joins Deutsche Bank after three years as chief FX strategist at Nomura, where he also held the position of global macro research officer in Japan since June. Tanaka has more than 20 years’ experience as a foreign exchange market analyst, which includes 10 years at Credit Suisse prior to joining Nomura.

He has been ranked the number one analyst in the interest rates and currency sector for two years running in a survey of institutional investors by Nikkei Veritas.

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