Deutsche Bank to Step up Hiring for Asian Wealth Management Business
Deutsche Bank Wealth Management plans to add 50 client-facing positions including relationship managers during the second half of the year after hiring 13 employees last month. The bank is trying to rebuild its presence in Asia which has two years of declining assets under management
“add 50 client-facing positions including relationship managers during the second half of the year.”
Deutsche Bank wealth-management business focuses on individuals holding assets of between $5 million and $25 million at the firm.
News Source: Bloomberg
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Updated on 8th August 2016