Hamish Whitehead has reportedly left his role as Deutsche Bank Australia’s managing director.
There’s a report in the AFR this afternoon that the Deutsche Bank executive will be Citi’s new managing director.
Whitehead has been at Deutsche Bank for 18 years and was the equity capital markets MD for the past five years. Starting at the Bank in 1997 in equity sales, he has held a number of roles since, including vice president of Australian equity sales and director of equity capital markets.
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