Deutsche's Broadcom role gives bank's corporate finance biz a shot in the arm

The bank’s role on the world’s biggest technology M&A deal has turned a tough year into a potentially memorable one, but the bank still has a way to go to rebuild its corporate finance business, writes David Rothnie.

  • By David Rothnie
  • 09 Nov 2017

What a difference a deal makes. Until Broadcom made its $130bn unsolicited offer for Qualcomm, Deutsche Bank was heading for another chastening year. Its most recent results appeared to reveal a rather uncomfortable truth.

While all of the analysis continues to focus on the ...

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