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Deutsche Bank loses top Japan dealmaker


TOKYO: Deutsche Bank AG’s top Japan dealmaker and Tokyo branch head have resigned, the latest senior managers in the country to leave the German firm, according to people with knowledge of the matter.

Keisuke Sueyoshi, 46, head of mergers and acquisitio­ns at Deutsche Securities Inc, here, would formally depart later this year to join a competitor, they said.

Peter Massion, Tokyo branch manager and head of global transactio­n banking for Japan, is also leaving to pursue other opportunit­ies.

Japan chief operating officer Bret Dandoy, 54, retired at the end of August, and chairman Norimichi Kanari, 71, stepped down from his post in June but would stay as a senior adviser until middle of next year, they said.

Country head Makoto Kuwahara is leaving to join Credit Suisse Group AG next month while local asset management chief Daisuke Toki resigned in June.

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