A former Deutsche Bank bond banker who left the German lender in January has resurfaced in a new role.
Frazer Ross, a 21-year veteran of Deutsche Bank who left earlier this year, is now head of debt capital markets in Australia at French bank Natixis.
Ross, who is Australian, was previously head of investment grade debt syndicate at Deutsche Bank for EMEA based in London. He left the German lender in January to take a sabbatical from the industry, according to Global Capital.
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Ross announced his appointment to Natixis on LinkedIn.
In 2019, as part of a wider overhaul of Deutsche’s DCM team, Ross took on additional responsibility for liability and ratings management and capital structure advice.
DCM has remained a key focus for Deutsche Bank, which restructured its investment bank in 2019 as part of a sweeping overhaul that will end with 18,000 job losses. The German lender has moved from competing across all product lines to focusing on key areas where it believes it can compete.
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