Commenting on the appointments, Igor Lojevsky, CCO of Deutsche Bank Russia and CIS, said: “Russia is a high priority market for us. The knowledge and experience of our new employees will contribute substantially to the continued development of Deutsche Bank as one of the markets leader in Russia.”
“I am delighted to welcome such experienced and highly skilled professionals in our team. Together they bring decades of experience in the Russian investment banking market and will add significantly to our offering in the metals and mining, utilities and other sectors,” said Andrew Chulack, Head of Global Banking in Russia.
Natalya Tetruyeva joins Deutsche Bank from Troika Dialog, where she was Head of Equity Capital Markets. Prior to that she worked at UBS for more than 5 years in the bank’s Equity Capital Markets Group.
Ildar Iksanov joined the Deutsche Bank team from Credit Suisse, and has 12 years of investment banking experience in Russia and Ukraine emerging markets with a primary focus on the metals and mining sector and oilfield services industry.
Simeon Smolyak was previously Head of Power and Utilities at ABN AMRO in Russia, and successfully executed a number of transactions including placements for TGK-1, TGK-4 and TGK-13, among others.
Sergei Linnik joined Deutsche Bank from Lehman Brothers, where he was a vice president in M&A Department. Earlier he worked at Dresdner Kleinwort Wasserstein, where he also worked as vice president in M&A.
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