Deutsche Bank’s global transaction banking division has announced the appointment of Kees Hoving as managing director, regional head of trade finance and cash management corporates business for Germany, effective immediately.
Hoving joins from RBS’s global transaction services where his most recent role was head of GTS Netherlands and head of global network banking. He has over 15 years’ experience in corporate banking and relationship management with major international banks.
Based in Frankfurt, Hoving will report globally to Marilyn Spearing, Deutsche Bank’s global head of trade finance and cash management corporates,and regionally to Reinhard-E. Uhl, Deutsche Bank’s regional head global transaction banking for Germany.
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