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September 24, 2021
(Reuters) – Deutsche Bank AG has hired Citigroup’s Jorge Barreiro as managing director of the US healthcare investment banking team, according to an internal memo that Reuters saw on Friday.
As part of his new role, Valero reported on banks of digital and healthcare-focused tech companies, according to a memo sent by Nick Risit, Global Co-Head of Healthcare Investment Banking Banks. Focus on it.
A Deutsche Bank spokesman confirmed the contents of the memo.
Barreiro is based in New York and will take up a new position in November. After spending more than a decade in Citi, Barreiro recently led the initial public offering of Clover Health and advised Nordic Capital on the acquisition of Innovaron Holdings.
Barreiro reports to Risit in his new role.
Deutsche Bank will be appointed as Managing Director of the US Healthcare Investment Banking Team a month after Nomura Holdings and Bank of Montreal hire industry veterans Spencer Watts and Helen Osh, respectively.
Deutsche Bank has hired 10 senior executives in this sector so far this year, including the appointment of industry expert Priyanka Verma, who has worked with clients such as Thermo Fisher and KKR & Co.
(Report by Sohini Podder in Bangalore, edited by Shailesh Kuber and Amy Caren Daniel)
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