April 17 (Bloomberg) -- Ivor Dunbar, who oversaw Deutsche Bank AG’s relationships with its largest corporate finance clients, is leaving after 16 years at Germany’s biggest bank.
Dunbar, who joined Deutsche Bank in 1997 and has been based in London, will leave at the end of this month to pursue outside interests, spokeswoman Kathryn Hanes said by telephone today. The 51-year-old’s past duties include being head of global structured capital markets and head of global markets for Europe.
The announcement was made to employees last month, Hanes said. Frankfurt-based Deutsche Bank declined to comment on Dunbar’s replacement. IFR reported the move earlier today.
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