Deutsche Bank has expanded its bond origination team in Central Europe, the Middle East and Africa (CEEMEA) by hiring Maryam Khosrowshahi, Reid Payne and Anatoli Kossarik in Debt Capital Markets (DCM).

All these three roles will be based in London and will report to Martin Hibbert, head of DCM origination for CEEMEA.

Ms Khosrowshahi will join as a managing director and head of public sector coverage, CEEMEA, focusing on sovereign borrowers and major state-owned corporations.

Ms Khosrowshahi joins the bank from Citigroup where she worked for over 20 in various roles including co head of DCM, CEEMEA and most recently, head of financing and liability coverage, CEEMEA.

Mr Payne will join as a managing director and will also oversee liability management for the CEEMEA region. He was most recently head of CEEMEA origination at RBS where he also established its restructuring and liability management operation.

Anatoli Kossarik will join as a director with responsibility for bond origination within Russia, who previously worked at Credit Suisse and most recently at RBS.

Mr Hibbert said: “We are delighted to welcome Maryam, Reid and Anatoli to our CEEMEA DCM platform as we continue to expand our presence in this important and growing market. Their combined expertise will greatly benefit our clients as this market becomes increasingly sophisticated in terms of the level of client service required and the range of products offered.”