Deutsche Asset Management is repositioning its pension advisory function to help pension funds, both in the United States and overseas, cope with a rapidly changing marketplace.

The asset management subsidiary of the $550 billion-asset banking company will have its hands full in coming months as it advises many European pension funds, said Maarten Nederlof, newly appointed New York-based head of the unit’s global pension strategies.

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