Deutsche Bank Eyes Oppenheim Carve Up

Deutsche Bank is looking for buyers for parts of Sal. Oppenheim’s investment banking operations as part of a potential carve-up. The firm will conclude the takeover of Sal. Oppenheim in the first quarter of 2010, but wants to shed businesses

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