24 May 2015

Deutsche Bank names Jens Ruebbert chief country officer, head of GTB, Vietnam

27 May 2014  |  1164 views  |  0 Source: Deutsche Bank

Deutsche Bank today announced the appointment of Jens Ruebbert as Chief Country Officer (CCO) and Head of Global Transaction Banking (GTB), Deutsche Bank, Vietnam, effective immediately.

In his capacity as CCO, Vietnam, Mr Ruebbert will report to Gunit Chadha and Alan Cloete, Co-Chief Executive Officers, Asia Pacific, and members of the Group Executive Committee, Deutsche Bank AG. As Head of GTB in Vietnam, he reports to Lisa Robins, Head of Global Transaction Banking, Asia Pacific, Deutsche Bank AG.

Announcing the appointment, Gunit Chadha said, "Jens's appointment clearly underlines our commitment to developing a successful franchise in Vietnam which is a growth market for both our clients and the Bank. Jens brings significant global and client management experience to this important role."

Lisa Robins added, "Our Transaction Banking business has been growing across the region at double-digit rates and Vietnam has been an important contributor to that development. Jens's focus will be to bring his extensive experience and that of our team in Vietnam to serve the needs of both global and local clients and to expand Deutsche Bank's presence in the market."

Mr Ruebbert has held various senior positions in Deutsche Bank during his career. Most recently he was Managing Director and Chief Operating Officer, Deutsche Bank (China) Co., Ltd. He has extensive senior management experience across functions and geographies having worked in Germany, Hong Kong, Singapore, Turkey and China. Mr Ruebbert is a Graduate Business Economist and holds a Graduate Diploma in Business Administration from the Academy of Economy and Administration, Bochum & Leipzig, Germany. 

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