Amit Sheshinski to join Deutsche Bank as Head of Real Estate Coverage for Australia
Deutsche Bank today announced that Amit Sheshinski will join Australia’s Origination and Advisory team as Head of Real Estate.
Amit joins from Morgan Stanley, where he was most recently an Executive Director in the Real Estate team. In this role, Amit was instrumental in the coverage and execution of important transactions for major real estate clients including Blackstone, Lendlease, Stockland, Oxford Properties and Scape.
Hugh Macdonald, Deutsche Bank’s Head of Investment Banking Coverage & Advisory for Australia, said: “We look forward to welcoming Amit to the team to bolster our real estate coverage, a sector of historical strength for Deutsche Bank both in Australia and globally. With the number of major global real estate groups being active in Australia, this is a natural area for us to intensify our focus,”
“This marks yet another key appointment for our platform this year and we look forward to continuing to strategically hire, as we continue to experience positive momentum locally” added Macdonald.
This announcement follows the appointment of Martin Nosek as Head of Financial Institutions Group and David Hopwood as Head of Natural Resources Group, who both re-joined Deutsche Bank Australia earlier this year.
Mayooran Elalingam, Head of Investment Banking Coverage & Advisory for Asia Pacific, added: “We are delighted to welcome Amit to the team, as we invest in our Australia business, a key strategic market for our Origination and Advisory platform in the region. This announcement follows a number of recent appointments for our team across the region, as we align our focus to where we see considerable opportunity.”
Deutsche Bank’s Origination and Advisory business provides strategic advisory and financing solutions to corporates, financial institutions, financial sponsors and sovereigns from around the world. The team leverages the bank’s strong international network to provide large scale, bespoke solutions across both coverage areas and products.