Deutsche Bank's derivatives sales chief departs for BNY Mellon

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A senior Deutsche Bank salesman, who has spent the past nine years in roles across Hong Kong and London, has just signed up to BNY Mellon in a big role straddling Europe and Asia.

Harvey Twomey, who was latterly global head of sales for Deutsche’s listed derivatives and markets clearing business in London, has just joined BNY Mellon as head of sales for its markets business in Europe, the Middle East and Africa as well as Asia-Pacific.

Twomey relocated to London in 2014 from Hong Kong, where he was head of prime finance distribution for Asia-Pacific and was replaced by Marlon Sanchez. We understand that he left Deutsche Bank during the summer.

Twomey is the latest senior sales professional to leave Deutsche in recent months. Marcelo Pizzimbono, the former head of prime broking in the U.S, returned to Goldman Sachs in a senior equity sales role in October. Meanwhile, Ken Reich, the head of emerging market fixed income sales at the bank, left last week after just three months in the role, according to Financial News.

However, Twomey has been replaced by Nigel McGee, the former head of sales for listed derivatives and markets clearing for EMEA. He took the global role in November.

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