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Deutsche appoints unit head; hires for board

S&P Global Market Intelligence presents a daily roundup of management and board changes at financial institutions in Europe. This feature excludes C-level leadership changes and previously reported stories.

Deutsche Bank

* Germany-based Deutsche Bank AG has appointed Sebastien Cottrell the head of securitized products trading, succeeding John Hanisch, Reuters reported, citing a source.

Cottrell was previously the head of U.S. collateralized loan obligation trading, according to an internal memo. Group

* U.K.-based Group PLC appointed Caroline Britton as a nonexecutive director, effective Sept. 1.

Britton recently served on a senior role at Deloitte LLP, and is currently a nonexecutive director at the U.K. financial technology company Revolut Ltd.

The appointment is subject to regulatory approval.