Deutsche Bank hires new Vice-Chairman of Consumer and Retail Investment Banking Coverage

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Deutsche Bank has announced the appointment of Joe McIntosh as a Vice Chairman of Consumer and Retail Investment Banking Coverage (IBC), Americas. Based in Chicago, he will report to Keith Wargo, Co-Global Head of Consumer and Retail IBC.

McIntosh will join from Bank of America, where he was most recently a Managing Director in the Consumer group, responsible for leading client coverage for large-cap, multinational agribusiness, food and consumer companies. He joined Bank of America through Merrill Lynch in 1997. McIntosh has advised on numerous high profile deals including the $8bn Fortune Brands spinoff of Beam, Inc and the $7bn ConAgra acquisition of Ralcorp.

'Joe is a trusted leader with extensive experience advising some of the industry’s most important multinational food and consumer companies. His appointment, coupled with other senior additions we have made to our team, further demonstrates our continued investment and commitment to providing our clients with advice of the highest quality', said Paul Stefanick, Head of Global Investment Banking Coverage & Advisory and Co-Head of Corporate Finance Americas.

Last month, Deutsche Bank also announced the hire of Jeff Rose as a Managing Director, Global Head of Consumer and Retail Mergers & Acquisitions (M&A), and Americas Head of Consumer and Retail Investment Banking Coverage (IBC) from Bank of America.

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