September 23, 2013

Deutsche Bank strengthens UK Investment Banking team with appointment of Simon Gorringe

Deutsche Bank announced today that Simon Gorringe will join its UK Investment Banking Coverage team as a Managing Director. Gorringe will be responsible for client coverage across all industry sectors and will work closely with colleagues from mergers and acquisitions, equity capital markets, debt capital markets and leveraged finance.

Scott Bell, UK Head of Investment Banking Coverage & Advisory and Global Co-Head of the Consumer Group, said: “Simon is an exceptional addition to the team. He brings with him an impressive track record of high profile transactions and deep client relationships. His appointment underscores Deutsche Bank's commitment to investing in further talent and expertise in the UK.”

Gorringe joins from Bank of America Merrill Lynch where he was most recently a Managing Director in the UK Investment Banking team. Before joining Bank of America Merrill Lynch, he spent eleven years at JP Morgan in the Telecoms, Media & Technology and UK Investment Banking teams.

Deutsche Bank is a leading global investment bank with a dominant position in EMEA Corporate Finance. Last year Deutsche Bank was recognised by Euromoney as Best Global Investment Bank, and by International Financing Review as both Equity and Bond House of the Year, making it the only bank to have achieved all three awards in one year.

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Deutsche Bank AG
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Alison Moody
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