Deutsche Bank has appointed Tanya Campbell as its new chief operating officer in Cayman.
Ms Campbell will manage all aspects of the bank’s Cayman office operations and infrastructure, with specific responsibility for private wealth management operations. In this role she will form part of the Offshore Group COO team headed up by Andreas Tautscher.
Ms Campbell has in-depth knowledge of the local banking market having worked in the financial services industry in the Cayman Islands for eight years. Before joining Deutsche Bank (Cayman) Limited in December 2007, she held the position of deputy chief financial officer at an offshore private bank in Cayman, with financial reporting responsibility for a range of structured investment and derivative products.
In addition, she has spent time in retail banking in a number of managerial roles, in finance, corporate credit and mutual fund administration. With an extensive background in accounting, Ms Campbell also has a comprehensive knowledge of banking operations, having been instrumental in establishing various processes in the operations department of a newly formed bank created through a merger.
Ms Campbell holds Master and Bachelor Degrees in Accounting from Florida International University and successfully passed the Certified Public Accountant’s exam in 2000.
Janet Hislop, chief country officer, Deutsche Bank (Cayman) Ltd, said, ‘I am delighted to welcome Tanya to a senior position at Deutsche Bank in Cayman. This is our 25th anniversary year of being in Cayman and an exciting time in the bank’s history. Having recently been appointed chief country officer myself, I look forward to working with Tanya to take the bank forward into a new era. With her broad financial services experience and her in-depth knowledge of the Cayman market, she is well placed to provide strong leadership and vision to our management team.’