Deutsche Bank has made a number of senior appointments in its UK corporate cash management team. Robert de Gidlow joined the bank in January 2012. He has worked in a number of senior product management, sales and consulting roles for international banks, as well as in corporate treasury.
De Gidlow is an experienced business and finance professional with extensive expertise in shared services, international treasury operations and business re-engineering experience.
Michael Turner joined from BNP Paribas Fortis and has nearly three decades of experience in the UK and international cash management business. He has a proven track record of growth in cash management.
Alex Verbaeten joined Deutsche Bank’s treasury and cash solutions advisory team, where he is a senior advisor. He has the market knowledge, network and leadership skills from close to 20 years of banking experience, both in banking and corporate treasury.
Maxine Camar joined from a technology vendor. She has gained 18 years of sales experience, with the last 12 years in the financial markets, selling to financial institutions and corporates. Camar brings a wealth of market knowledge and experience that will enable her to construct complex solution for the UK client base.
All four will work with multinational UK clients to develop and deliver market-leading treasury solutions across the globe.
Mark Naulls joined from Deutsche Bank’s own UK implementations team, where he served eight out of the 15 years of continued service at Deutsche Bank. He brings to the team his extensive knowledge of Deutsche Bank’s network, as well as global cash management service and product offering, having implemented many complex global and pan-European deals. Naulls will focus on regional treasury centres of US multinationals in the UK and Ireland.
Mike Brown has been with the bank since 2003 and has acquired a wealth of experience in Deutsche Bank’s cash management business. He will be tasked to further define Deutsche Bank’s cards strategy in the UK for both card acquiring and pre-paid cards.
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