As a leading global investment bank with a strong presence in the Nordic region, Deutsche Bank today announced the opening of a branch in Copenhagen, Denmark. The opening of the Copenhagen branch affirms Denmark's importance to the bank as an area of continued growth and opportunity for the bank's global Corporate and Investment Banking products and services. Initially, the Copenhagen branch will focus on delivering debt capital market services and will be headed by Klaus Bisgaard.
Of the opening, Jan Olsson, CEO of the Nordic Region and Hakan Wohlin, Head of Debt Capital Markets in Europe said: 'Denmark is a successful and growing market for Deutsche Bank. The opening of the Copenhagen branch affirms our commitment to providing on the ground support for our Markets and Corporate Finance clients, as well as providing a local base for investment banking opportunities. Having a strong presence in Denmark will allow Deutsche Bank to further take advantage of the growing opportunities in the Nordic region.'
Deutsche Bank has branches in Stockholm, Oslo, Helsinki, and now Copenhagen in the Nordic region. The Bank ranked first in Europe in investment banking league tables as of 1 July this year with 6.3% market share, and finished top of the European league table for investment grade debt, according to Dealogic.
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