The French financier who quit his job at energy giant EDF in a row over the Hinkley Point nuclear plant has re-emerged as a senior executive at Deutsche Bank. Thomas Piquemal stood down as EDF’s finance director in March when he argued that pressing on with the £18bn nuclear project could jeopardise the company’s finances. He had been at EDF for six years. The 47-year old will now become Deutsche Bank’s head of global mergers and acquisitions (M&A), joining on 17 May. Mr Piquemal will be based in Paris and report in to Jeff Urwin, Deutsche’s head of corporate and investment banking.
Telegraph 16th May 2016 read more »