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Structured Finance

Structured Finance provides structured risk and non-flow financing solutions for clients across multiple industries and asset classes.

Its global footprint, breadth of products, depth of capabilities and success in executing complex transactions makes Deutsche Bank’s Structured Finance business an industry leader.

Structured Credit

Structured Credit is a global market-leading platform focused on Illiquid credit, securitisations, hard asset financing and special situations.

Integrated solutions include: 

  • Broad Asset Backed Securities franchise 
  • Financing Solutions 
  • Structured Credit Trading (secondary trading and customised Solutions) 
  • Structured Finance Advisory (liability management and M&A capital structure advisory)
  • Syndicated Credit (structuring and syndicating private bank market credit)
  • Pension and Insurance Risk Markets

Commercial Real Estate

Commercial Real Estate (CRE) provides financing to public corporations, private equity groups and individuals owning or acquiring commercial real estate assets across the Americas and Europe. Property types include hotel and lodging, industrial, manufactured housing, multifamily office and retail.
Deutsche Bank ranked No.1 in the global and US CMBS bookrunners league tables in 2013 for the third year. It also ranked also ranked No.1 in the global lead- and co-managers and bookrunner of real estate CDOs and re-securitisations categories for the second year in a row.
Through its Real Estate Special Situations Group, CRE is an active investor in distressed commercial mortgages and other real estate debt instruments acquired in the secondary market from other financial institutions and non-bank lenders globally.

Structured Finance Asia & Pacific

Structured Finance Asia & Pacific encompass all credit-related businesses including: 

  • Asset & Liability Solutions
  • Complex Trading
  • Distressed
  • Flow Trading
  • Illiquid Credit
  • Principal Finance
  • Structured Credit

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Last Update: January 14, 2015
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