Deutsche Bank today announced it has hired Chris Yoshida as Managing Director and Global Head of Rates Sales. He will be based in New York and report to John Pipilis, Global Head of Institutional Client Group, Debt, based in London. Yoshida will join the Bank in September.
Yoshida will join the Bank from Morgan Stanley where he spent eleven years, most recently as Head of Interest Rate Distribution in EMEA. Prior to this, he was European Head of Global Macro distribution where he was responsible for hedge fund coverage for interest rates, currency and emerging markets. Before joining Morgan Stanley, he spent three years at Goldman Sachs with roles in investment banking and structured credit sales.
“We are thrilled to welcome Chris to the Bank,” said Pipilis. “His significant global experience in rates products and deep client relationships further strengthens our ability to meet and exceed client needs across the Rates business.”
Earlier this month, Deutsche Bank announced four senior hires in its U.S. fixed income business, including Aaron Elliott, Managing Director and Credit Desk Analyst; Jeff Horan, Director in Investment Grade Credit Trading; Mike Weir, Director in US Par Loan Trading; and Daniel Znaty, Director in Credit Sales.