Deutsche Bank appoints CIO for EMEA region

Zeynep Ozturk-Unlu joins

Valeria Martinez
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Deutsche Bank has appointed Zeynep Ozturk-Unlu as the chief investment officer for its international private banking and wealth management business in the EMEA region, excluding Germany.

With Ozturk-Unlu's appointment, the bank completes its global CIO team led by Christian Nolting, with Ulrich Stephan serving as CIO for Germany, Deepak Puri for the Americas, Stefanie Holtze-Jen for APAC and Markus Müller as ESG CIO. "We are delighted to welcome Zeynep Ozturk-Unlu to Deutsche Bank's Private Bank in the role of chief investment officer, EMEA. Attracting someone of her calibre speaks volumes about our attractiveness as a leading European bank with global reach, and the business unit's strategic growth path," said Nolting.  Deutsche Bank UK wealth management CEO to retir...

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