Mark Leahy resigns from Deutsche

After five years as head of Deutsche's debt syndicate in Asia, Leahy has decided to take a break from the industry, leaving van den Wall Bake and Wipplinger to run the show.

One of the most experienced debt syndicate heads in the region, Deutsche Bank's Mark Leahy, has resigned from the bank and will take a break from the industry. After five years running the Asian syndicate desk at Deutsche and another three in the same role at UBS, Leahy says he wants to spend more time with his family and on other non-work-related interests.

Herman van den Wall Bake, who is in charge of G3 debt, and Jan Wipplinger, who...

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