Deutsche Bank ECM resignation

Will Li resigns as co-head of China ECM at Deutsche Bank

Will Li is leaving Deutsche Bank after two years to return to the fund management industry, sources say. Separately, the bank has let go of two bankers in its corporate finance division as part of a headcount reduction.
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Deutsche has cut headcount in corporate banking and securities in response to a slowdown in client activity 
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<div style="text-align: left;"> Deutsche has cut headcount in corporate banking and securities in response to a slowdown in client activity </div>

Will Li, co-head of China equity capital markets ECM at Deutsche Bank, has resigned after almost two years with the bank. According to sources, Li plans to return to the buy-side.

Li started work in the investment banking industry in Hong Kong in 2000 and has held a variety of roles at different banks, but with a key focus on China. He is no stranger to fund management, however. Before he joined Deutsche in July 2010, Li ran his own macro hedge fund, Ocean Capital China Macro, which he started in 2009 and ran for about one-and-a-half years. The fund was awarded as the best macro hedge fund in...

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