Deutsche Bank has appointed Thomas DuCharme as Regional Head of Trade Finance and Cash Management Corporates, Asia Pacific, effective 1 October 2005. Announcing the appointment, Werner Steinmueller, Head of Global Transaction Banking, Deutsche Bank, said: “This newly created role within Global Transaction Banking will enable a further alignment of our cash and trade businesses in Asia Pacific. Thomas’s formidable track record and in-depth industry knowledge provides an excellent basis on which to further raise our profile in the corporate sector and increase the market penetration of our already well established and successful franchise.” DuCharme joins Deutsche Bank from Citigroup where he spent the past 15 years and most recently held the position of corporate sales head Asia Pacific, Global Transaction Services. Prior to that, he held senior positions at Citi’s regional cash product management in Asia and trade services in New York.
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