Deutsche Bank Distressed Debt Sales Leader Passes at 39
Bloomberg reported that Sally Dawson, a Deutsche Bank (DBK) AG executive in London who specialized in high-yield and distressed-debt sales, has died. She was 39.
Bloomberg said Dawson died on Oct. 18 at the Royal Marsden Hospital in Chelsea, according to her father, Jim Dawson. The cause was metastatic breast cancer, which was diagnosed early this year.
In a 17-year career at Deutsche Bank, beginning soon after her graduation from Royal Holloway University of London, Dawson rose to director in fixed-income sales, Bloomberg said. She worked with asset managers and pension funds within the Institutional Client Group, Europe’s largest investment bank by revenue, according to Bloomberg .
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