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Deutsche Bank’s international private bank unit hires seven bankers in Americas By Reuters

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(Reuters) – Deutsche Bank (DE:)’s international private bank (IPB) unit said on Friday it hired seven bankers in the Americas, as it looks to strengthen its business in the region.

The bankers will be joining from Citigroup Inc (NYSE:), Bank of America Corp (NYSE:) and Goldman Sachs (NYSE:) Wealth Management and will be based in New York, San Francisco, Brazil and Mexico, the unit said.

It added that the U.S. operations were also looking to recruit in New York, the West Coast and Florida.

The German lender’s IPB unit offers advisory and wealth management services to high net-worth individuals and their families.

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