Deutsche Bank just made another hire in its Americas’ M&A office. The German lender today announced the appointment of Jeffrey Mensch as managing director to its mergers and acquisitions business in the Americas, effective early June 2017.
Prior to Deutsche Bank, Jeffrey served most recently as senior vice president in the finance department at Ronald O. Perelman’s holding company, MacAndrews & Forbes Holdings, for more than three years. His previous assignments included roles across tax structuring, analysis and acquisition of tax assets, and advising M&F portfolio companies on M&A and capital raising matters. Mr. Mensch also worked at Evercore and UBS where he was tasked with advising clients on tax solutions across several areas including divestitures, mergers, spin-offs and joint ventures.
Based in New York, Mr. Mensch will report to Charlie Dupree, Head of Americas M&A.
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Mr. Mensch is the seventh executive to join the investment bank’s corporate finance group, and also the second managing director appointed to its M&A office.
Charlie Dupree commented: “With extensive experience structuring tax solutions, Jeff will be a valuable asset to our clients as they prepare for tax reform in the US. His experience includes some of the most notable deals of the past few years spanning healthcare, technology, media and natural resources.”
Mark Fedorcik, Head of Corporate Finance Americas and Co-Head of CIB Americas added: “We continue to invest significantly in the region and are focused on building out sectors and products where we can add the most value to our clients and our franchise. We look forward to Jeff joining and leveraging his expertise.”