Deutsche Bank Hires New Private Equity Director

May 29 2007 | 1:15pm ET

Deutsche Bank today has appointed Andrew Yeo as director, global credit trading for private equity, effective immediately. Yeo will focus on sourcing and executing new investment opportunities throughout Asia (ex-Japan) and will work closely with the bank’s complex equity group in Hong Kong to broaden its range of illiquid private equity investments to its clients.

Yeo will be based in Singapore and report to Sajid Javid, head of global credit trading Asia. He joins from Temasek Holdings, where he served as a director responsible for sourcing, leading and executing private equity investments in the technology, media and telecommunications sectors, globally.

"Andrew brings unique insight to the range of synthetic private investment opportunities we offer our clients in Asia,” said Jamvid. “His broad range of financial markets experience will be of particular benefit to our clients seeking exposure to key growth markets such as China, India and Vietnam.”


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