Daniel Rosenstein has joined the Bank as National Sales Director for Corporate Cash Management in the U.S. Furthermore, the bank has expanded its cash management presence by establishing offices in Chicago and San Francisco, augmenting its current strength in New York. An additional six senior sales professionals have also been hired. Prior to joining Deutsche Bank, Mr. Rosenstein had 12 years of cash management experience at Citibank in a variety of roles including new product development, product management and sales. Based in New York, Rosenstein was most recently responsible for managing Citibank’s northeastern US regional sales force for e-Business as well as Cash and Trade. Rosenstein has an MBA from Pennsylvania State University and a Bachelor’s of Arts degree from Indiana University.
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