Deutsche Bank restructuring

Deutsche combines corporate finance, CMTS under one roof

The move is accompanied by a number of senior corporate finance appointments, including Henry Cai as executive chairman and John Lydon as chief operating officer for Asia-Pacific.
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Deutsche Bank is expanding its corporate finance division to include all of its corporate coverage
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<div style="text-align: left;"> Deutsche Bank is expanding its corporate finance division to include all of its corporate coverage </div>

Some six weeks after Deutsche Bank appointed Bhupinder Singh as head of corporate finance and structuring for Asia-Pacific, the bank has expanded the corporate finance division to include all of its corporate coverage. Essentially, the new structure will combine the advisory, equity capital markets and leveraged debt capital markets coverage that previously counted as corporate finance with capital markets treasury solutions CMTS under one leadership.

“Our capabilities are now aligned to enable us to provide our clients with comprehensive coverage across our entire suite of services and products,” Singh said in an internal memo. He went on to argue that the bank is now “perfectly positioned to leverage its...

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