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Deutsche Bank has hired Charlie Cetin from Goldman Sachs to oversee and expand business with key clients at the corporate and investment banking division across Europe, the Middle East and Africa.

Bloomberg News reports that Cetin will join in August as co-head of corporate and investment banking coverage strategy and client accountability for EMEA and be based in London, according to a Deutsche Bank spokeswoman. He will work alongside Niels Ackerman and report to Alasdair Warren, the head of corporate and investment banking for the region.

In the meantime, Bloomberg also reports that Jefferies Group hired Fotis Hasiotis and two other senior bankers for its European team this week as it looks to boost business outside the U.S., according to a person briefed on the matter.

Hasiotis, 49, joined Jefferies as international head of financial sponsors from Lazard, where he had a similar role, said the person, who asked not to be identified discussing hiring decisions. He replaces James Seagrave, co-head of Jefferies’s financial sponsors coverage team in London who’s leaving to pursue other opportunities, the person said. Hasiotis left Lazard in March, said Richard Creswell, a spokesman for that firm.

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