Piper Jaffray Companies has announced the hiring of Keith Anderson as a managing director in its healthcare investment banking group where he will focus on the information-driven healthcare and pharma services sectors.
Most recently, Anderson was a managing director at Deutsche Bank Securities where he led coverage of the healthcare information technology and pharma services sectors. He was previously with the global healthcare investment banking groups at Barclays Capital and Lehman Brothers. In his new role at Piper Jaffray, Anderson will help lead the effort to further build out the information-driven healthcare business.
“Keith has a strong IPO and extensive lead advisory track record, which illustrates our goal of adding senior banking talent to further expand our growing equity and M&A businesses,” said Chad Abraham, global co-head of the Piper Jaffray investment banking and capital markets group. “We view the health IT sector as a significant opportunity for Piper Jaffray and look forward to strengthening our platform with his addition to the team.”
“With his leadership experience, Keith will be an invaluable contributor to the growth of our healthcare services platform. His extensive domain expertise in information-driven healthcare and advisory business closely aligns with our team’s principles. We are eager to welcome him to the team,” said J.P. Peltier, global group head of Piper Jaffray healthcare investment banking.
Piper Jaffray has a global healthcare investment banking and capital markets team with over 70 professionals. Since 2007, the team has represented clients in approximately 500 transactions with an aggregate value of over $90bn.