DEUTSCHE BANK STRIPS AWAY MANAGEMENT LAYERS – The Head of Corporate Finance at Deutsche Bank is leaving to “pursue other opportunities” and is the latest of a series of senior departures at the German lender. Two years ago @alasdair warren, the big name investment banker was hired by Deutsche Bank as Head of Corporate Finance for Europe, the Middle East and Africa will be departing from the bank. The move comes as the new CEO, @Christian Sewing, enforces the new strategy to strip away management layers. His responsibilities will be taken over by Mark Fedorcik, who’s current position is Co-President of the Investment Bank. Fedorcik was also the former Head of Corporate Finance for the Americas. @Garth Ritchie, Head of Deutsche Bank’s Corporate & Investment Bank said “I am grateful to Alasdair for his contributions to Deutsche Bank over the past two years or so.” #SpartanInternational