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Berenberg appoints David Mortlock as Head of London office

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Berenberg has appointed David Mortlock as Head of its London office, responsible for the 209 staff based there across Berenberg’s investment banking, private banking and asset management teams.

Mortlock joined Berenberg in 2010 as Head of Sales and was promoted to Global Head of Equities in 2013 – a role which he retains. He will work closely with Hendrik Riehmer, one of Berenberg’s personally liable partners.

 
Riehmer, says: “David has a proven track record, both within banking and at our organisation, where he has been instrumental in a successful period of growth for Berenberg’s UK business. His deep and strong client relationships, and world class industry and technical expertise make him the right choice to lead the continued evolution in, and expansion of, our UK operations.”
 
Mortlock says: “Continuing to strengthen Berenberg’s activities in the UK is a challenge I am looking forward to and a key aspect of our overall strategy. Whether it’s building on the progress our investment bank has made in recent years or helping to shape newer businesses in private banking and other areas, this is an exciting time to head up Berenberg’s UK office. We have over two hundred tremendously committed employees based in London and I look forward to working closely with them as we pursue growth opportunities ahead.”
 
Mortlock has more than 16 years’ investment banking experience, having started his career in equity sales at Schroders in 1998. He subsequently also held roles at Citigroup and MF Global.

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