08 March 2012
Reporter: Ben Wilkie
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Sofoluwe leaves Deutsche
Ben Sofoluwe, Deutsche Bank's managing director and European head of securities lending, has left the company.

Replacing Sofoluwe will be Shane Martin, who is promoted to the position of European head of client financing.

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