The former chief executive of Deutsche Bank, Marcus Schenck, said to accompany him; US banker Perella Weinberg in London, tells Handelsblatt (Tuesday). Then, he advises, among others, financial service providers, business customers and energy companies.
Schenck will also help "in the question on how to develop a growing organization now," said Perella Weinberg's newspaper Dietrich Becker. Schenck told the "Handelsblatt": "I prefer to be closer to the new field".
It was up to the superintendent banker's May and the year after the bank of Deutsche Bank and had left the company, after not, but was appointed a Christian Seed as Chief Executive and later John Cryan.
"It was a very inspiring and rich experience," said Schenck in a revision of his time at the largest financial center in Germany. "But, I began to return to bank up as a European banker's competitor, and now it's clear that it's not the right strategic direction For more banking, so I'm not there now. "
(APA / ADD)