Deutsche makes MD and director cuts, blasts Birmingham DCM

Deutsche Bank plans to put up to 40 bankers at director level and above in its EMEA investment banking division at risk of redundancy, including the bank's co-head of FIG DCM, GlobalCapital understands. Several of those put at risk were based in Birmingham, including the bank’s head of Europe-US private placements.

  • By David Rothnie, Francesca Young, Owen Sanderson
  • 08 Feb 2018

Jonathan Gold, co-head of financial institutions origination for Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA), has been put at risk. 

He is based in London and had been at Deutsche Bank for six years. Gerald Podobnik, Gold's co-head, will now be sole head of FIG origination.

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