August 26, 2015

Deutsche Bank hires Kinner Lakhani

Deutsche Bank today announced that Kinner Lakhani will join as co-Head of pan-European Banks Research alongside Matt Spick. As co-Head, Lakhani will oversee all of Deutsche Bank’s pan-European Financial Research team focusing on banking as well as financial and strategic issues. He will join Deutsche Bank in November 2015.

Lakhani was most recently co-Head of Citigroup’s European Banks Research team which was ranked second in both the 2015 Institutional Investor and Extel surveys. He previously worked at ABN AMRO and Morgan Stanley as a banking analyst. He joins recent hires Sebastian Radeler, who joined as Head of European Equity Strategy from Morgan Stanley and Gael de Bray who will join Deutsche Bank in December 2015 as Head of European Capital Goods Research from SocGen.

Lakhani will report to Paul Reynolds, Head of Equity Research EMEA at Deutsche Bank, who said: “We are delighted to welcome Kinner to Deutsche Bank’s research team. Our investment in top quality analysts underscores our commitment to offer our clients an exclusive advisory service based on fundamental research ideas and strong partnerships.”

“Kinner has an excellent track record in the research industry,” said Garth Ritchie, Global Head of Equities at Deutsche Bank. “His significant experience and sector insights will complement the extensive resources we have dedicated to our Banks franchise across Sales, Trading and Capital Markets activities.”

Lakhani graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree from the London School of Economics and Political Science.

For further information, please call:

Deutsche Bank AG
Press & Media Relations

Michael Lermer
Phone: +44 (0) 20 7545 54249
E-mail: michael.lermer@db.com


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