Deutsche Bank hires Peter Babej as Head of Insurance Investment Banking for the Americas
Deutsche Bank Securities Inc. today announced that Peter Babej has joined the Financial Institutions Group (FIG) as Head of Insurance Investment Banking for the Americas. He will also chair Deutsche Bank’s newly constituted Global Insurance Committee within FIG. Babej is based in New York and reports to Jorge Calderon, Global Head of FIG.
Babej joins Deutsche Bank after 11 years with Lazard Freres, where he was a Managing Director responsible for advising clients in the insurance industry. Before Lazard, he worked in the financial institutions group at Goldman Sachs and as a corporate attorney at Cravath, Swaine & Moore. Babej has advised nearly all types of FIG clients including insurance companies, banks, asset managers and broker dealers.
“Peter’s broad M&A experience and his advisory relationships complement our existing strengths in global capital markets and in providing risk management solutions for the insurance industry,” said Calderon. “He has a proven track record and in-depth knowledge of the industry that are invaluable to our franchise and adds an important cornerstone to our FIG–Americas strategy.”
Babej earned a JD and PhD from Harvard University and a BA from Princeton.
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