People moves: Deutsche gets Posch
Deutsche is looking to go upmarket by targeting of high-net-worth clients by combining the expertise of its global markets FX and private wealth management businesses. A new specialist private clients FX team will now sit alongside the global business’s existing institutional and corporate sales force. Deutsche has recruited Roger Posch from UBS, where he was most recently head of corporate and institutional clients, Asia Pacific, to head up the business. Posch reports to Neehal Shah, global head of investor foreign exchange sales. He will be joined in London by Christoph Ehrbar, Ian Henderson and Nadeem Ladki. All worked previously at UBS, as did Martin Brunner, who joins in Switzerland. Making up the team is Leong Kwok Liew, who was previously at Credit Suisse.