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February 4, 2009

Deutsche Bank makes raft of appointments

by Richard Kilner

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The Financial Institutions Group of Deutsche Bank (part of the Global Banking division) has been significantly bolstered with the addition of a dozen new appointments.

The appointments, including managing directors, vice presidents and associates, are made in London, Hong Kong and New York.

Eric Heaton, David Heaton, Richard Slimmon and Richard Gibb are the most senior appointments, with each joining the firm as an MD.

Both Heatons will be located in New York, with Slimmon in London and Gibb in Hong Kong.

Eric Heaton was formerly Merrill Lynch’s treasurer, and previously served as Americas Financial Institutions’ co-head.

David Heaton worked for Merrill Lynch as global co-head of Asset Management Investment Banking.

Richard Slimmon, Richard Gibb, Seth Heaton, Venkat Badinehal and Jason Braunstein also all previously worked for investment bank Merrill Lynch.

New York will also be home for new managing directors Seth Heaton and Venkat Badinehal, and director Jason Braunstein.

There they will report to co-head of Global Finance Coverage Jorge Calderon.

The raft of appointments follows hot on the heels of Deutsche Securities Inc.’s appointing of Makoto Yamashita as director and chief Japan interest rate strategist and Takushi Abe as a senior adviser.

 

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