Deutsche Bank has appointed David Conroy as managing director and the Americas head of trade finance and cash management corporates for its global transaction banking (GTB) business area. GTB encompasses Deutsche Bank’s cash management, trade finance, capital market sales and trust & securities services. Based in New York, Conroy will report to GTB’s Marilyn Spearing, global head of trade finance and cash management corporates. Conroy has more than 20 years of transaction banking experience. He spent the last eight years in senior management roles across cash, trade and relationship management with Citibank global transaction services. Prior to Citibank, Conroy held a number of transaction banking roles at Standard Chartered and JPMorgan Chase.
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