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Shastry to take up ETP role at DeAWM


Exchange-traded fund expert Kesheva Shastry is leaving Credit Suisse to take up an exchange-traded product role at Deutsche Bank Asset & Wealth Management (DeAWM), according to reports.

Shastry, who has served as head of capital markets at Credit Suisse for almost two years after leaving his position as a director in iShares capital markets team in September 2011, will be responsible for increasing both flows and liquidity on DeAWMs ETPs.
He will report to deputy head of equity trading Cicenzo Vedda.

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