EUROPE - Deutsche Börse is rounding out its management team with Axel Nawrath and Jürgen Röthig as managing directors.
Nawrath joins as chief policy and communications officer and will report to the chief executive officer of Deutsche Börse, Werner Seifert.
Röthig will be responsible for the business unit trading/clearing/info operations and will become a member of the operations committee headed by Matthias Ganz.
Nawrath comes from the German Federal Ministry of Finance, where he was the division head in charge of national and international financial market and monetary policy.
Röthig was until recently a partner in a private bank.
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