Deutsche Bank Names Three New Managing Directors

Deutsche Bank Global Technology and Operations division, an arm of Deutsche Bank AG, has made three senior level executive appointments

Deutsche Bank Global Technology and Operations division, an arm of Deutsche Bank AG, has made three senior level executive appointments at the managing dDeutsche Bank logoirector level to fortify its operations.

Deutsche Bank Group Technology & Operations (GTO) has appointed Steve Horn, Maggie Parent and Steven Rubel to respective roles as managing directors, based out of New York.

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Mr. Horn was promoted to oversee Deutsche Bank’s GTO in the establishment of the bank’s Intermediate Holding Company (IHC). Prior to the role, he was the global head of GTO corporate banking & securities clearing and collateral management.

Ms. Parent was also recruited as the head of GTO corporate technology – Americas. She will be tasked with supporting technology for the Intermediate Holding Company (IHC). She joined from Credit Suisse, having worked as the COO for investment banking technology, and Morgan Stanley before that.

Finally, Mr. Rubel joined the bank as its global head of collateral operations and Americas head of markets clearing and listed derivatives operations. Most recently, Mr. Rubel served as the global head of collateral management and global capital markets treasurer at AIG.

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