Deutsche Bank appoints new director

Deutsche Bank (Cayman) Limited has recently appointed Jean-Claude Emard as a director, following the retirement of Tim Godber.

In addition to responsibility for various risk management functions including regulation and compliance, JC will develop the credit offering for the corporate and institutional segment, coordinate operational support and support marketing activities and new business initiative, said a press release from Deutsche Bank.

To support Mr. Emard in his role, and in recognition of their performance, a number of promotions have recently been made. David Dyer, who is responsible for the Corporate Services Division, has been appointed as Director and Janet Hislop has also been appointed a Director of Deutsche Bank (Cayman) Limited and the Vice-President Banking for the Cayman Islands and region.

In addition the following Deutsche Bank staff were promoted to senior management positions: Alan Corkish, Sophie Ebanks, Tim Fitzgerald, Gwen Pineau, Joy Solomon with Neil Ross and Melanie Whittaker each promoted to Assistant Manager. Two clerical staff from the Corporate Services Division, Andy Harding and Ruth James, were also promoted.

Commenting on these promotions, Mr. Emard said, ‘It is gratifying to join an organisation that has such a dedicated and hard working team. Our core values of focus, teamwork, trust, innovation and performance are mirrored in the many and varied contributions by our colleagues.

‘Deutsche Bank (Cayman) Limited enjoys an excellent reputation in the region and is committed to providing its clients with the highest levels of service combined with an extensive range of products and services for private, corporate and institutional clients.’

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