Deutsche Bank hires UBS’ Sebastiaan van Loon to lead real estate in Europe

Deutsche Bank has hired a senior UBS dealmaker to head up its coverage of real estate, gaming, lodging and leisure companies in Europe.

Sebastiaan van Loon has joined the German lender to head the unit in Europe, the Middle East and Africa, the bank said in a statement, the latest in a string of senior appointments for its advisory business in the region.

Van Loon worked at UBS for 18 years and was a managing director. He will report to Henrik Johnsson, Deutsche Bank’s co-head of investment banking for Emea.

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In November, Deutsche Bank hired James Liddy from boutique Moelis & Co as head of gaming, lodging and leisure investment banking for Emea.

Derek Shakespeare, who was previously head of UK M&A at Barclays, joined Deutsche Bank as chairman of M&A for Europe, the Middle East and Africa in October. Lewis Burnett, co-head of corporate broking at BNP Paribas, was poached by the German lender to lead its UK corporate broking business a month earlier.

Deutsche also added Abid Chaudhri, a managing director at BNP Paribas, and Ed McBride, who was previously at Citigroup, as senior dealmakers within its UK investment bank.

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