Deutsche Bank strengthens Health Care Investment Banking in the Americas
Deutsche Bank announced that it will add two senior bankers to its Health Care Investment Banking practice. Vikram Malik will join as Vice Chairman and Global Head of Medical Technology Investment Banking. Keith W. Anderson, will also join the firm, specializing in the Contract Research Organization and Health Care Information Technology sectors. Both will be based in New York and will report jointly to Pete Meyers and Michael Cohen, Co-Heads of Global Health Care Investment Banking.
Malik will join Deutsche Bank after 11 years at Bank of America, where he was a Managing Director in the Health Care Corporate and Investment Banking Group responsible for the Medical Technology practice. Prior to Bank of America, he was a Director at Credit Suisse in the Health Care Group. He also worked at Dresdner Kleinwort Benson and Swiss Bank Corporation.
Anderson, who has over fifteen years of Health Care Investment Banking experience, will join from Barclays Capital. Prior to Barclays, he was a Director at Lehman Brothers and a Vice President at Citigroup. Both Malik and Anderson will join following a notice period.
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