Berenberg takes the ‘painful’ route in corporate finance build

By David Rothnie
29 Aug 2019

After a bruising 12 months, Germany’s oldest bank Berenberg remains committed to a patient development of its corporate finance business, Dave Mortlock, global head of investment banking, tells David Rothnie.

Until a decade ago, Berenberg had spent much of its 429 year history in banking anonymity. But a rapid expansion has placed the privately-held German bank under the sort of public scrutiny normally reserved for larger listed rivals — and prompted suggestions that its growth plan has come ...

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