Andre Silva joins Deutsche Bank as Co-Head of Debt Capital Markets for Latin America
Deutsche Bank today announced that Andre Silva has joined the firm as a Managing Director and Co-Head of Debt Capital Markets for Latin America. He is based in New York and is responsible for the firm's debt capital market expansion in Latin America. Silva and Co-Head Carlos Mendoza report to Alberto Ardura, Managing Director and Head of Debt Capital Markets & Client Coverage Group for Latin America.
Silva joins Deutsche Bank from JP Morgan where he was an Executive Director in the Latin American Debt Capital Markets business responsible for the origination and execution of Debt Capital Markets transactions for Brazilian companies. Prior to JP Morgan, he was an Executive Director in the Latin American Investment Banking division at Morgan Stanley in Brazil. He was responsible for the origination and execution of equity and debt capital markets, M&A, structured finance and derivatives transactions. Silva was previously a Senior Vice President in the Latin American Debt Capital Markets division at HSBC.
"Latin America is an important focus for us, so we are extremely pleased to add a talented banker like Andre to our team,” said Ardura. “I am confident that his track record in Latin America and industry expertise across capital markets will prove a valuable resource to our clients and the bank as we continue to enhance our underwriting capabilities in the region.”
Silva earned a BS from the Pontificia Universidade Catolica in Brazil and an MBA from The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania.
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