Deutsche Bank strengthens Debt & Solutions Coverage Capabilities
Michael Halsband to join as a Director
Deutsche Bank today announced that Michael R. Halsband will join the firm as a Director in the Capital Markets and Treasury Solutions Group. In his new role, Halsband will work with the Bank’s Financial Institutions clients and will be a senior member of the New York-based insurance solutions team. He will jointly report to Paul Puleo, Head of Debt & Solutions Coverage for Financial Institutions and Craig Wenzel, Director of Debt & Solutions Coverage, Financial Institutions.
Halsband will join Deutsche Bank after five years at Goldman Sachs, where he was a Vice President in the Financing Group responsible for the origination, structuring, execution and marketing of catastrophe bonds, sidecars and insurance securitizations. Prior to that, he was a Senior Vice President at Alea Group. He also worked at Centre Group as a Vice President and Counsel. Halsband will join following a notice period.
“Michael is a skilled banker and will enable us to continue to elevate our market share in the sector and more adequately respond to the opportunities that exist on a global basis,” said Paul Puleo. “We believe that he will have an immediate impact on our franchise and will prove a valuable resource to our clients and the Bank.”
“We are extremely pleased to have Michael on board as we continue to expand our capital markets capabilities,” said Erich Mauff, Head of Capital Markets and Treasury Solutions for North America. “He brings a unique breadth of experience to our platform and we are confident that he will help us build on our success.”
Halsband earned a BA in Political Science and French from Muhlenberg College and a JD from Rutgers University School of Law.
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