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Deutsche announce new head of transaction bank in China

Deutsche announce new head of transaction bank in China

(16 February 2017 – China) Deutsche Bank has named Mahesh Kini as head of global transaction banking for China.

Kini will be responsible for the Frankfurt-based bank’s investor services, issuer services, institutional cash management, trade finance and cash management (TFCM) services in the country.

He will report to both Feng Gao, chief country officer for China, and Lisa Robins, Asia Pacific head of global transaction banking.

He will continue to report to Kaushik Shaparia, head of TFCM for Asia Pacific.

Kini recently moved to Shanghai from Singapore to take control of the bank’s trade finance and cash management unit in China.

Speaking of the appointment, Gao said: “The China market is of strategic importance to Deutsche Bank and we are committed to offering a comprehensive suite of corporate and investment banking products that meet the needs of clients.”

Robins added: “Mahesh is an experienced and senior business leader, whose product knowledge and expertise in the region will ensure the team in China and he succeed.”

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