Deutsche Asset Management has undergone further management restructuring to accommodate three appoin...
Deutsche Asset Management has undergone further management restructuring to accommodate three appointments to its retail division.
Following an earlier round of restructuring this April, the group has appointed Mark Roth to the newly created role of head of business management.
Roth joins from Deutsche's New York operation, where he held a similar role in the US mutual fund business.
He will be responsible for strategic business planning and will assist in overall management of the group's retail business.
Nigel Barnes, who was made head of key accounts in the last reshuffle, has been promoted to head of UK retail sales, his third role at Deutsche since joining just over a year ago.
A third appointment sees Paul Dellar become head of product development from 1 August 2001.
Dellar has been at Deutsche since 1997 and was most recently responsible for product development for the group's London businesses.
All three will be members of Deutsche's UK retail management committee and will report to Neil Jones, managing director of the group's UK retail business.
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