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Deutsche Bank hires executive for data role.

M2 EQUITYBITES-September 20, 2018--Deutsche Bank hires executive for data role


Global Banking News - 20 September 2018

Deutsche Bank (NYSE: DB) has hired an executive from JPMorgan Chase (NYSE: JPM) for a role that involves data held by the bank.

Data specialist, David Gleason, has been hired by the firm to better manage client and transaction data held by the bank. Gleason is to take over as chief data officer for global transaction banking.

Thomas Nielsen, chief digital officer of Deutsche Bank's transaction bank, said, 'This is a new role that underscores the enormous opportunity we have in front of us when it comes to leveraging the vast amount of data our systems produce every day for client, internal and regulatory purposes.'

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