Deutsche Bank appoint London MD
by Richard Kilner
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Robert Kalff has been appointed by Deutsche Bank to serve as a new managing director.
He leaves behind investment bank Credit Suisse where he has worked for the last nine years, and assumes his new position with Germany’s largest bank with immediate effect.
Kalff will take on leadership of a new London-based business dedicated to catering to clients who require integrated advice pertaining to wealth management and corporate finance.
He will report to three men, Johannes Baratta, David Fass and Stephan Leithner, who are Key Clients’ global head, head of Global Banking, Europe and Global Country Coverage and Global Banking, Germany head respectively.
Kalff’s three immediate superiors released a joint statement welcoming him to the firm.
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