Rasmus Persson has relinquished his role at Deutsche Bank to take up a new senior position at Goldman Sachs this fall as its executive director, according to a recently released Reuters report.
Mr. Persson will be joining Goldman Sachs this upcoming fall – in his new role he will be focusing on Goldman’s debt capital markets (DCM) with a penchant for UK financial institutions. He will continue to be based out of the United Kingdom.
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He joins Goldman Sachs from Deutsche Bank, having worked most recently as its London-based Vice President. In this capacity he helped manage the lender’s UK & Irish financial institutions group (FIG) and corporate Market and treasury solutions (CMTS), as well as wider European FIG solutions.
He originally began at Deutsche Bank in the middle of 2011, initially as an associate in the group’s liability management. Prior to Deutsche Bank, he has also garnered experience at Bank of America Merrill Lynch (BOML) as an analyst in a similar field, according to information made public on his Linkedin profile.
Just last week, Deutsche Bank lost one of its senior deal makers and merger and acquisition (M&A) specialists, following the announced departure of Henrik Aslaksen. Mr. Aslaksen most recently served as the Global Head of M&A at Deutsche Bank, having also manned a number of senior level roles with the group since 2012.