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Deutsche Bank announces two APAC M&A co-heads

The new appointees will report to the head of Investment Banking Coverage and Advisory, APAC.

Deutsche Bank named Zi-Kuan Lim and Rohit Satsangi as the bank's Asia Pacific’s merger and acquisition (M&A) co-heads.

Coming from Credit Suisse, Lim led its Southeast Asia M&A franchise and served for 20 years. His appointment will be effective on July 2023.

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Satsangi has been with Detusche Bank for 17 years, originally from the London office, he was relocated to Hong Kong back in 2008 and joined the regional M&A division.

Lim will be based in Singapore whilst Satsangi will remain in Hong Kong. Both new appointees will report to Mayooran Elalingam, Head of Investment Banking Coverage and Advisory, APAC.


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