Morgan Stanley has enlisted the services of former Deutsche Bank Managing Director, Jane Bushey, adding her to its High-Yield Capital Markets division in Europe and bolstering an already strong group of personnel led by Co-Heads Ian Gilday and Matt Naber.
Ms. Bushey is slated to begin her new role in November, having recently taken a leave of absence. She will be reporting to Ian Gilday and Matt Naber, acting Co-Heads of the European Leveraged Acquisition team. Morgan Stanley has made a number of executive moves as of late, including the addition of former IMF Director, Reza Moghadam as its Vice Chairman. In addition, Mr. Gilday just joined the group last month.
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Ms. Bushey was recently appointed as the Managing Director at Deutsche Bank this past February after a long tenure that spanned back to 2000. During this time at Deutsche Bank, she worked in such roles as an Analyst, Vice President, and Director – throughout her career she has been based in both the United States and most recently London.