Deutsche dumps its investment bankers - Having transfixed the market for three years, the great DMG hiring party is over, and just when it looked like making some money. There's no room for ego or individualism in Deutsche Bank's new investment banking group, the re-named GCI department. So what's in an abbreviation? Apparently a whole new approach to investment banking. The turnaround has already ...
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