The Deutsche Bank executive whose responsibilities included its U.S. dark pool has left the company.
Bloomberg News reports that Jose Marques, the global head of electronic equity execution at the bank, departed yesterday, according to a person familiar with the matter who asked to not be named because the decision hasn’t been made public.
His job at Deutsche Bank included overseeing the third-biggest U.S. dark pool, an industry term for private stock trading platforms that compete with public exchanges.
Marques’s role will be filled by two managing directors, with Andrew Morgan and Robert Casebourne becoming co-heads of electronic trading, the person said. They will report to Andre Crawford-Brunt, global head of equity trading.
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