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ECM Asset Management Appoints Ex-Deutsche Bank Man As Investment Analyst

Tom Burroughes Group Editor London 22 October 2013

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ECM Asset Management, the investment house which is owned by
Wells Fargo, the US
bank, has appointed Cristiano Mela as an investment analyst covering industrial
sector firms, having previously worked at Deutsche Bank CIB.

Mela will report to Duncan Warwick-Champion, head of corporate
research, ECM, which has $8.6 billion of assets under management, the firm said in a
statement.  

He has spent six years at Deutsche Bank, working for four
years as a conflict management analyst and two years as an associate in that
bank’s debt capital markets and treasury solutions team.

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