Deutsche Bank has strengthened its financial intermediaries business in the Cayman Islands by making Dan Peterson a director and promoting Regina Oliver to vice president and Tara Buckley to assistant vice president.
In his expanded role as a director, Mr. Peterson will focus on developing the bank’s FIM business in the Caribbean and assume additional responsibilities in providing senior support to the Cayman office’s financial intermediary clients.
With 11 years’ international banking experience, Mr. Peterson joined Deutsche Bank’s Private Wealth Management division in 2007 and coordinated the successful launches of several key additions to Deutsche Bank’s Cayman offering, including the foreign exchange desk and custody platform.
Educated at the University of Missouri and with an MBA from the University of Miami, he also holds qualifications from the National Association of Securities Dealers and is pursuing the CAIA qualification and STEP membership through the qualified practitioner route.
Meanwhile, Ms Oliver was promoted in recognition of her continued outstanding contribution to the team as relationship manager. She will continue to look after a portfolio of Caribbean-based clients, developing their access to Deutsche Bank’s banking, investment, offshore custody and credit solutions.
Having begun her banking career in Cayman in 1998, she joined Deutsche Bank’s Private Wealth Management division in Cayman in 2006 with substantial experience in personal and corporate relationship management. With a degree in international relations and a qualification in public relation, Regina is currently completing the CFA Investment Management Certificate.
Ms Buckley, who was most recently operations manager for Deutsche Bank’s Banking and Booking Centre support team in Cayman, is now assistant vice president providing senior oversight for the bank’s day-to-day back office activities with a specific focus on maintaining a rapid and efficient service for clients.
A native Caymanian, Ms Buckley has more than 20 years experience in private and retail banking having started her career in 1988, working at major banking organisations in Cayman Brac and Grand Cayman. With specific expertise in banking operations, she joined Deutsche Bank in 2009.
Janet Hislop, chief country officer for Deutsche Bank in the Cayman Islands, said: “We are seeing significant growth in our financial intermediaries business at the moment and anticipate further growth in this area this year. I am therefore delighted to announce these promotions within our Cayman team. Dan, Regina and Tara all have significant experience in developing innovative solutions, ensuring efficient delivery of services and providing first class support to clients. In their more senior roles, I am sure they will play a vital part in ensuring Deutsche Bank can continue to grow its Cayman financial intermediary business,” Ms Hislop said.