As we have already noted here, Garth Ritchie – the last person to fully dedicate himself to the management role of Deutsche Bank’s investment bank, seems to have had a good time since leaving the German bank a few years ago. is almost two years old.
Ritchie left Deutsche “by mutual agreement” in July 2019 and received a payment of 11 million euros for his pain. After a year off, he joined private equity fund Centricus in July 2020 and since February 2021 he has been CEO of a SPAC called Centricus Acquisition Corp.
It is not known whether Ritchie has ever been in contact with Fabrizio Campelli, who was announced today as the new head of Deutsche’s investment bank (replacing Christian Sewing, who previously held the role in combination with the CEO position), but if he doesn’t Campelli may want to draw inspiration from an alternative source.
In November of last year, Ritchie, 53, quietly married Natacha Tannous, a 30-year-old Lebanese model, former CEO of Goldman Sachs and recently ex-girlfriend of footballer Michael Ballack. Among other things, Tannous has an Instagram channel filled with tips on how to thrive at work.
It includes the video below about jumping, splashing your face with cold water, dressing comfortably, drinking coffee, and eating mints. Tannous, who is causing a stir on Instagram with nearly 80,000 followers, also has videos on self-motivation, solving financial equations, and being successful in interviews if the job doesn’t work out. His brother, Hekmat Tannous, is an emerging markets and cryptocurrency specialist at Goldman who was promoted to chief executive last year. If Campelli wants coaching, there are the worst places to look …
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