Deutsche Bank today announced that Juan Martin will join the Bank as a Managing Director and Head of Latin American Loan Syndication and Trading. In this newly-created role, he will be responsible for the risk management and distribution of Latin American loans. Martin also will focus on the distribution of structured-credit products to the region’s bank loan market. He will be based in New York and report to Sean Bates, Managing Director and Global Head of Emerging Markets Credit Products.
Martin will join the Bank from ABN Amro where he is Head of Structured Loan Origination and Syndication for Latin America. Prior to that, he held positions at Grupo Financiero and Ruiz, Urquiza y Cia.
"Deutsche Bank is highly committed to building our loan origination and syndication capabilities in the emerging markets, particularly in support of the increased M&A activity in Latin American in the past year," said Bates. “Juan’s years of experience in the high grade and leveraged loan market will further enhance our ability to create tailored financial solutions for clients in the region.”
Martin earned a Masters in International Management from the Instituto Tecnologico Autonomo de Mexico in Mexico City.
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Michele Allison +1-212-250-4864
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