October 25, 2005

Robert Mann joins Deutsche Bank as a Managing Director in Technology M&A

Deutsche Bank Securities Inc. today announced that Robert Mann has joined the firm as a Managing Director specializing in mergers and acquisitions (M&A) in the technology sector. Based in Boston, Mann reports to Michael Murray, who is Co-Head of Technology Investment Banking in the Americas with Tor Braham, and to James Stynes, Head of M&A in the Americas.

Mann has more than 15 years of investment banking experience, including seven years at Credit Suisse First Boston in New York where he was a Managing Director and Co-Head of Technology M&A. Most recently he was a Managing Director at Revolution Partners, a Boston-based investment banking firm focused on emerging growth sectors.

"Bob's passion and vision for the technology sector has helped him to build strong relationships throughout the industry, which will help our team as we continue to gain momentum and expand our presence in the sector," said Murray. "He makes a great addition to what we believe is already one of the premier technology investment banking teams."
"Bob has a very impressive background as an M&A advisor, with experience spanning a wide range of deals in multiple industries, from microcap to megacap, including numerous leveraged acquisitions by financial sponsors," said Stynes. "His expertise will be a valuable resource for our clients."

"The technology industry is a very important focus for us, as evidenced by the continued investments we have made in the sector," said Jacques Brand, Co-Head of Corporate Finance Coverage in the Americas. "We are always pleased to add bankers like Bob with a reputation for original ideas, sharp execution and superior client service."

Mann earned a BA degree with Honors from Trinity College and an MBA from the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth.


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