MyWave attracts Deutsche's global equity trading chief Crawford-Brunt in latest capital raising

Jonathan Underhill
Thu, 01 Oct 2015

By Jonathan Underhill Oct. 1 (BusinessDesk) - MyWave Holdings, the New Zealand company whose software attempts to personalise the relationship between consumers and businesses, has attracted Deutsche Bank's departing global head of equities trading Andre Crawford-Brunt to its second round capital-raising, which it expects to hit its oversubscription limit. Crawford-Brunt, a Deutsche Bank veteran of more than 20 years, made a $2.9 million personal investment in MyWave, pushing the total raised in the round to $4.5 million at a pre-money va...

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