Guillaume du Cheyron, Deutsche Bank's head of high yield origination and execution for Asia, has left the bank less than six months after taking the job.
A spokesperson confirmed du Cheyron had quit, but declined to comment further.
The Singapore-based banker was appointed to the role in February this year. His appointment came a few months after Deutsche Bank reorganised its debt team in Asia following the exit of Herman van den Wall Bake, who had led the bank's fixed income capital markets business in the region.
A person familiar with the situation said there is no immediate replacement for...