EXCLUSIVE Deutsche Bank's investment banking coverage chief to depart

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Drew Goldman, Deutsche Bank's global investment banking coverage and advisory chief, will step down and be replaced by regional heads. Goldman will join Abu Dhabi's sovereign wealth fund on October 3 as global head of real estate investments. The leadership reorganization comes amid a decline in global dealmaking volumes, hit hard by broader market volatility.
Published 4 months ago Photography reuters.com

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EXCLUSIVE Deutsche Bank's investment banking coverage chief to depart

Deutsche Bank's global investment banking coverage and advisory chief Drew Goldman will step down and be replaced by regional heads, according to a memo seen by Reuters on Monday.

4 months ago·United Kingdom
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Exclusive: Deutsche Bank's Investment Banking Coverage Chief To Depart

Deutsche Bank's global investment banking coverage and advisory chief Drew Goldman will step down and be replaced by regional heads, according to a memo seen by Reuters on Monday. Goldman, who has held numerous leadership roles during his 22-year tenure at the German lender, wants to pursue opportunities outside investment banking, according to the memo written by the co-head of the investment banking unit, Mark Fedorcik.

4 months ago·United States
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Deutsche Bank’s investment banking coverage chief to depart

NEW YORK -- Deutsche Bank's global investment banking coverage and advisory chief Drew Goldman will step down and be replaced by regional heads, according to a memo seen by Reuters on Monday. Read More

4 months ago·Canada
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Deutsche Bank’s investment banking coverage chief Drew Goldman to depart

Drew Goldman will join Abu Dhabi’s sovereign wealth fund in October to spearhead its real estate investments

4 months ago·Canada
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