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Deutsche Bank names new head of Australia financial institutions group
Martin Nosek rejoins bank's origination and advisory team from Nomura
11 Feb 2021 | The Asset

Deutsche Bank has appointed Martin Nosek as head of the financial institutions group for Australia, rejoining the bank’s origination and advisory team in the country. Nosek has over 23 years of industry experience, with 14 of those at Deutsche Bank.

He worked at the bank from 2005 to 2019 in Australia and London, where he was a managing director of the financial institutions group (FIG). Nosek rejoins the bank from Nomura, where he was head of FIG Australia and co-head of Asia-Pacific FIG.

Deutsche Bank’s origination and advisory business provides strategic advisory and financing solutions to corporates, financial institutions, financial sponsors and sovereigns from around the world. The team leverages the bank’s strong international network to provide large scale, bespoke solutions across coverage areas and products.

In 2020, the bank’s origination and advisory team in Australia held key roles on multiple landmark deals, including advising on Resolution Life’s A$3 billion (US$2.1 billion) acquisition of AMP Limited’s wealth protection and mature businesses, Vodafone’s A$15 billion merger with TPG, Kirin’s sale of Lion Dairy & Drinks to Bega Cheese, and Heineken’s acquisition of selected beer and cider brands in Australia from Asahi.