Deutsche Bank’s Healy and Cannon Said to Leave Equity UnitSam Mamudi and Matthew Leising
Don Healy and John Cannon have left their positions as managing directors in Deutsche Bank AG’s equity trading unit, according to a person familiar with the matter.
They were joined in departing Deutsche Bank this week by Rich Dunphy, a director in equities trading, and Andrew Vaccaro, a director in synthetic equity flow swaps, according to the person, who asked not to be named because the information is private.
Healy joined Deutsche Bank in 2005 from Morgan Stanley. Cannon had been with the bank since 2012 after he moved from Credit Suisse Group AG, where he worked for 14 years, according to his profile on LinkedIn.
The departures come two months after Jose Marques, the New York-based global head of electronic equity execution at the bank, left the firm. His role, which included overseeing Deutsche Bank’s U.S. dark pool, was filled by two London-based managing directors, Andrew Morgan and Robert Casebourne.
Healy and Dunphy confirmed they are no longer at Deutsche Bank. Cannon and Vaccaro couldn’t be reached. Renee Calabro, a spokeswoman for Frankfurt-based Deutsche Bank, declined to comment.
(An earlier version of this story was corrected to fix the Deutsche Bank division where Healy and Cannon worked.)