Deutsche Bank has hired Michael Henriques as a managing director responsible for origination, structuring and risk management of principal finance opportunities within its special situations group (SSG).Prior to joining Deutsche in New York, Henriques was co-head of the collateralised debt obligation group at Goldman Sachs.
Henriques had worked in Goldman Sachs’ structured products group for 12 years. In his new role, Henriques reports to Erik Falk - head of SSG, part of Deutsche's securitised products group.
Formally launched in October 2004, Deutsche Bank’s SSG focuses on principal transactions involving consumer and commercial credit.
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