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September 2, 2010

Deutsche Bank opens Copenhagen office

by Richard Kilner

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Deutsche Bank has announced that it is to open a branch in the Danish capital of Copenhagen.

Denmark is one of the German financial institution’s key areas for growth and opportunity, particularly for its Corporate and Investment Banking divisions.

Klaus Bisgaard has been named as the leader of the new branch, which will focus upon provision of debt capital market services.

Nordic Region CEO Jan Olsson and Debt Capital Markets in Europe Head Hakan Wohlin described Denmark as a successful market for Deutsche Bank, with potential for further growth.

They went on to state that the new branch underlined their commitment to support the bank’s Markets and Corporate Finance clients, and added that a strong presence in Denmark would enable the firm to seize new opportunities in the Nordic region.

In addition to its new Copenhagen branch, Deutsche Bank has offices throughout the region, in Stockholm, Oslo and Helsinki.


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