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Deutsche Bank Private Wealth Management appoints Hannes Oelschlegel as Head of Central & Eastern Europe and Turkey
Frankfurt am Main/Zurich (ots) - Deutsche Bank Private Wealth Management today announced the appointment of Hannes Oelschlegel as Managing Director and Head of Private Wealth Management Central & Eastern Europe and Turkey with effect from 1 September. In his new role, he will be responsible for further developing Private Wealth Management capabilities in this region, which will include both product and servicing enhancements as well as a broader relationship and marketing presence.
Hannes Oelschlegel joins Deutsche Bank from UBS where he was Head of Wealth Management Eastern Europe. In his previous role, Oelschlegel increased substantially business volume and profitability and built successfully relationships with both institutional and private clients. He spent 16 years at UBS in different leadership positions in Zurich and in Singapore. Oelschlegel holds a technical engineering degree from Clausthal University (Germany) and started his career at Linde AG in Munich, followed by senior assignments in Norway and in the United States. Oelschlegel will be based in Zurich and reports to Dr Hans-Jürgen Koch, Head of Deutsche Bank Private Wealth Management International and Chief Executive Officer of Deutsche Bank (Switzerland) Ltd.
"Hannes brings a wealth of experience in successfully building up private banking business in emerging markets like Eastern Europe. He has an excellent understanding of the needs of our clients in the region" said Koch. Deutsche Bank Private Wealth Management already has a very strong presence in Eastern Europe and Turkey and is committed to further expand its business in these growing markets.
Pierre de Weck, member of the Executive Committee of Deutsche Bank, added: "We are very pleased that Hannes Oelschlegel will join us. He will play a central role in leveraging Deutsche Bank's global capabilities to the advantage of our private wealth management clients. This includes enhancing our tailored financial product and service offering for wealthy individuals, attracting experienced wealth management professionals, and cooperating seamlessly with other business units like Corporate and Investment Banking as well as Asset Management."
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