Fisch Leaves Deutsche Bank For Hedge Fund World

Feb 1 2008 | 12:52pm ET

Deutsche Bank’s convertible bonds chief, Martin Fisch, has left the firm and is expected to join a hedge fund.

Fisch, who served as head of equity-linked origination, had been based in London. The Wall Street Journal reports that he is expected to try his hand in the alternative investments industry, joining the legion of investment banking veterans seeking a bigger paycheck.

Fisch has worked at Deutsche Bank since 1996, moving to London in 1998. He has headed its convertible-bond group since 2003.


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