Deutsche Bank appoints head of Global Rates in China
by Richard Kilner
Deutsche Bank has appointed Charlie Ye to serve as head of Global Rates Trading and MD in China, with immediate effect.
Ye, who is to be based in Shanghai, leaves behind UBS where he served as MD and head of Fixed Income in China.
Earlier in his career he held senior posts with RVI Advisors and JP Morgan, and prior to UBS served as head of Sales and Trading at Bank of China International.
He brings with him over 15 years of experience in the fields of capital markets and derivatives.
He will be report to the head of Global Markets China, Feng Gao, on a local level, and on a regional level to David Lynne, head of Global Rates Asia ex-Japan.
In his new post Ye will be made responsible for enlarging the firm’s RMB-denominated interest rate products suite, fostering the local customer base and making more global products of the firm available to the Chinese marketplace.