Deutsche Bank Equities Executive Shari Noonan Is Said to Resign

Shari Noonan has resigned as a senior executive in Deutsche Bank AG’s equities-trading department, according to a person familiar with the matter.

She was a New York-based managing director in global equities product development at the German bank. The person, who asked not to be named discussing personnel, didn’t say what Noonan’s next role will be. Amanda Williams, a spokeswoman for Deutsche Bank, declined to comment.

Noonan in 2010 joined Deutsche Bank from Goldman Sachs Group Inc., where she worked in equity swaps sales trading and helped develop the bank’s Sigma X dark pool, according to her LinkedIn profile.

Other recent departures from Deutsche Bank include Jeff Mundy, a Treasuries trader who joined Citigroup Inc., and John Cogman, co-head of electronic equity trading in the Americas.

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