NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Deutsche Bank today announced the appointment of Tommaso Zanobini as Managing Director and Global Head of Financial Technology, a joint venture between Deutsche Bank’s FIG and TMT banking team.
Zanobini joins from Jefferies where he was most recently an MD and the Global Head of Financial Technology and Services based in New York.
Commenting on the appointment, Mark Keene, Global Co-Head of Technology Media and Telecom said, “Tommaso’s global relationships with some of the leading companies in the FinTech space will be very valuable as we continue to deepen our coverage within this important vertical.”
Celeste Guth, Global Co-Head of Financial Institutions Group added, “Tommaso brings extensive M&A experience. His technical expertise in this important and growing space will be a great asset to our team.”
Prior to joining Jefferies in 2014, Zanobini was Head of Global Technology Services at Barclays since 2008 and started his career at Lehman Brothers when he joined as an Associate and spent 15 years in their Technology Group. Tommaso earned his MBA in Accounting and Finance from Columbia Business School and his BA in Economics from the University of Florence, Italy. He also holds a diploma in piano and composition from the Conservatory of Florence.
This is the eighth MD hired in Americas Corporate Finance since March and the fourth MD for FIG.
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