Deutsche Bank makes Hislop Cayman chief
by Richard Kilner
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Janet Hislop has been named by Deutsche Bank as the firm’s new chief country officer for the Cayman Islands.
She brings over 14 years of experience in the financial services sector to the position, the last eight of which have been with Deutsche Bank.
Earlier in her career she served with Barclays Bank as a corporate manager in its offshore department.
Hislop succeeds Jean-Claude Emard, who has departed to Switzerland to serve as chief operating officer within Deutsche Bank’s Middle East and Africa Private Wealth Management team
Her new role will entail management of the bank’s Cayman office, supervising risk management, regulatory and corporate governance in the local area.
Hislop will also become the primary point of contact for regulatory bodies, both local and otherwise.
In addition to assuming her new role, she will retain the post as leader of the Financial Intermediaries team, which is part of the Private Wealth Management division, in the Cayman Islands.
This year is the 25th that Deutsche Bank has enjoyed a presence in the Cayman Islands, and also marks the rising of its staffing numbers there to 40.