J.P. Morgan Chase & Co. has poached a senior technology banker from Deutsche Bank AG to lead its technology investment banking coverage in Europe, the Middle East and Africa. Matthew Gehl is expected to assume the same role that he has had with Deutsche Bank since 2010, according to an internal announcement at J.P. Morgan. Mr. Gehl started his career at Goldman Sachs in New York and moved to London to cover the EMEA region in...
J.P. Morgan Chase & Co. has poached a senior technology banker from Deutsche Bank AG to lead its technology investment banking coverage in Europe, the Middle East and Africa. Matthew Gehl is expected to assume the same role that he has had with Deutsche Bank since 2010, according to an internal announcement at J.P. Morgan. Mr. Gehl started his career at Goldman Sachs in New York and moved to London to cover the EMEA region in 2001. The banker will start in his new role after the summer.
Citigroup Inc. has hired a high-profile former J.P. Morgan Chase & Co. and Deutsche Bank AG investment banker as a senior adviser. Karl-Georg Altenburg also takes a seat on a newly formed advisory board that the U.S. bank and its corporate clients can tap as they navigate Britain’s impending split from the European Union and other sweeping changes taking place across the region. The board brings together former...
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Selecting a term
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