Deutsche Bank loses EMEA clearing head

German bank has seen a string of departures from its clearing business

Deutsche Bank and Jason Vitale
Jason Vitale has left Deutsche Bank

Deutsche Bank has lost another senior clearing executive.

Jason Vitale, the bank's co-head of listed derivatives and markets clearing for Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA), resigned on December 7, Risk.net has learned. London-based Vitale also served as Deutsche Bank's global head of foreign exchange prime brokerage.

He is expected to take on a new role at another firm in early 2017.

Vitale joined Deutsche Bank in 2004. He held roles in foreign exchange and fixed income prime brokerage a

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