NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Deutsche Bank today announced that Celeste Guth will join as a Managing Director and Co-Head of the Global Financial Institutions Group (FIG) with Tadhg Flood. Guth will be based in New York and report to Paul Stefanick, Global Head of Investment Banking Coverage and Advisory and Co-Head of Corporate Finance Americas.
Guth will join from Goldman Sachs where she was most recently Vice Chairman of FIG and Global Co-Head of Insurance Investment Banking and was previously Head of Americas FIG from 2003 to 2012. She joined Goldman Sachs in 1986 and has been a partner since 2002.
Stefanick said: “Financial institutions are a key client priority for Deutsche Bank. Celeste’s vast experience and track-record as a senior advisor to leading insurance companies and other financial institutions underscores our commitment to strengthening our coverage and strategic advice to clients in the sector.”
Guth holds a Bachelors degree in Economics and Computer Science from City University of New York and earned an MBA from Harvard Business School.
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