Deutsche Bank – a strong partner in Peru

The branch founded in Lima in 1905 through the South American subsidiary Deutsche Ueberseeische Bank, as well as another branch in Arequipa, had to be closed during the Second World War.

In 2008, Deutsche Bank received a banking license in Peru and, since then, has been a key player in the foreign exchange and fixed income local market. This newly established local platform has allowed the bank to expand its origination efforts for a broader array of products such as capital markets, commodities, advisory, asset management and private client services.

Prior to that, the bank had been present in Peru conducting business through its global banking teams with a primary focus on trading, capital markets, asset management and private client services.

Deutsche Bank's strategy in Peru focuses on leveraging its global franchises to offer products and provide financial solutions to local corporations, multinationals, financial institutions and government related entities:

  • The Markets Business Division, one of the world's main banking franchises, concentrating in sales, trading, research, foreign exchange, money markets, derivatives and structured products,
  • The Corporate Finance Business Division delivering clients all aspects of corporate finance, mergers & acquisitions (M&A) and initial public offering transactions (IPOs),
  • Asset & Wealth Management providing investment solutions to local and multinational clients, and
  • Private Banking linkage with our offshore locations.

Deutsche Bank's local operations in Peru include an experienced multifunctional team including sales, trading, finance and operations.

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Last Update: November 12, 2013
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