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Deutsche Bank names co-heads of US energy group

Greg Sommer and JohnAnos were appointed to serve as co-heads of Deutsche Bank AG's natural resources group, Reutersreported, citing an internal memo secured by IFR.

Sommer and Anosreplaced Dan Ward,who moved to Evercore PartnersInc., according to the news story.

Sommer used to workwith Citigroup Inc.before joining Deutsche Bank unit Deutsche Bank Securities Inc.'s M&A group in 2010as a managing director and head of energy M&A for the Americas. Anos waspreviously global head of chemicals at Deutsche and has been with theorganization since 1997, the news agency reported.

Sommer and Anos willreport to the head of Americas corporate and investment bank, Paul Stefanick.

Elsewhere, in the metals andmining industry, Deutsche Bank selected Khaled Fathallah to serve as globalhead of metals and mining. He will be reporting to , head of corporate andinvestment banking for Europe, the Middle East and Africa, set to officiallyjoin Deutsche in May.

Fathallah until recentlyserved as head of metals and mining in the EMEA region, the news outletreported. Also, Jerrod Freund was named head of metals and mining for theAmericas, effective immediately, replacing Dieter Hoeppli, who will become vicechairman of the group. They will report to Sommer and Anos.