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Deutsche Bank Is Returning U.S. Investment Bankers to Office

  • Executives have seen ‘rapid increase’ of in-person meetings
  • Most of the firm’s summer interns plan to be in offices
Deutsche Bank Center in New York.

Deutsche Bank Center in New York.

Photographer: Jeenah Moon/Bloomberg
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Deutsche Bank AG told U.S. investment bankers that it expects them back in the company’s offices by early September.

“We are encouraged to see the rapid increase of in-person client meetings and that so many of you have resumed working from a DB office some or all of the working week,” Drew Goldman, head of investment banking coverage and advisory, and James Davies, head of the international client group and U.S. investment bank, said Wednesday in a memo seen by Bloomberg News. “Given it is important that you are able to plan for the remainder of the year, please plan for all our teams to resume operating from the office no later than Labor Day.”