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Deutsche Bank Securities has recruited Luciana Miranda from Goldman Sachs as a managing director in the fixed-income prime brokerage group within the bank's global markets division to launch and manage a new fixed-income emerging markets prime brokerage offering.

The new business will be a key element of the fixed-income prime brokerage business, Deutsche says. Miranda will be based in New York and report to Mel Gunewardena, managing director and global head of the fixed-income prime brokerage business.

Miranda joins Deutsche Bank after working for the past 14 years at Goldman Sachs, most recently as managing director in the emerging markets trading and sales division, where she helped develop Goldman's emerging markets prime brokerage business. She has an undergraduate degree in business administration from Fundacão Getulio Vergas in São Paulo, Brazil, and an MBA from the London Business School.

'Emerging markets will be an important component of the fixed-income prime brokerage business,' Gunewardena says, 'and I'm confident that Luciana's proven expertise in this area will serve our clients and business well.'

Adds Pablo Calderini, head of emerging markets at Deutsche Bank: 'As investment opportunities continue to increase in the emerging markets, it's important to leverage our strong presence in these regions to the benefit of our clients.'

With 73,114 employees in 73 countries, Deutsche Bank is expanding it presence in the US and Asia as well as Europe and its home base of Germany. Deutsche Bank Securities, a member of the NYSE, NASD and SIPC, is the investment banking and securities arm of Deutsche Bank in the US.


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