Deutsche Bank hires Nick Richitt as Managing Director in Healthcare Investment Banking
NEW YORK: Deutsche Bank announced it has hired Nick Richitt as a Managing Director in Healthcare Investment Banking focusing on Healthcare IT and Outsourcing.
Richitt will join Deutsche Bank in September from Suntrust Robinson Humphrey where he was an MD in Technology and Services Investment Banking for the past four years. He will be based in New York and report to Ross Hammerman and Phil Pucciarelli, co-heads of Americas Healthcare Investment Banking.
“Nick has a strong track record advising technology companies focused on the healthcare end-market and will be an integral piece to the build out of Deutsche Bank's Healthcare Services offering,” said Hammerman. “Our clients will benefit from his insight and experience in this rapidly evolving space.”
Mark Fedorcik, Head of Corporate Finance Americas and Co-Head of CIB Americas added, “Nick's background is a perfect complement to the other hires we've made in Healthcare Services, including the recent addition of Phil Pucciarelli and Robert Verdier. The strong team we've assembled will ensure our corporate and financial sponsor clients are provided with the expert advice and capital needed to facilitate strategic transactions.”
Prior to Suntrust Richitt spent seven years at Oppenheimer, formerly known as CIBC World Markets, most recently as a MD in Healthcare Investment Banking. He also spent the earlier part of his career at Friedman Billings Ramsey & Co. and UBS.
This is the fourth MD Deutsche Bank announced it has hired to focus on Americas Healthcare since the beginning of the year and the eighth for Americas Corporate Finance.