Deutsche’s Asia ECM head leaves

Neil Kell has resigned after just over one year at the post.
Neil Kell's tenure as Deutsche's ECM Asia head lasted slightly more than a year
Neil Kell's tenure as Deutsche's ECM Asia head lasted slightly more than a year

Neil Kell, Deutsche Bank’s head of equity capital markets for Asia excluding Japan and Australasia, left the firm in March.

A spokeswoman confirmed Kell has resigned, but declined to comment further.

Details on who will take over his responsibilities or whether Deutsche plans to replace him could not be ascertained. Kell could not be immediately reached for comment.

Kell moved from London to Hong Kong last January to take on the role. He reported jointly to Bhupinder Singh, co-head of corporate banking securities in Asia Pacific and Mark Hantho, global head of ECM at Deutsche.

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