S&P Global Market Intelligence presents a daily roundup of management and board changes at financial institutions in Europe. This feature excludes C-level leadership changes and previously reported stories.
Deutsche Bank AG named Marco Pagliara head of Europe with immediate effect, finews.com reported, citing a spokesman for the bank.
Pagliara joined the German lender six months ago from Goldman Sachs Group Inc., according to the report.
Deutsche Bank is also promoting Frank Schriever to become head of private banking in Germany and expanding the remit of U.K. operations head, Michael Morley, to include the Nordics region, finews said.
The moves come as the German lender is said to be expanding its wealth management operations in Europe to attract wealthy clients and entrepreneurs in developed and untapped markets.
Danske Bank A/S named Maria Simonson head of group societal impact and sustainability, replacing Jeanette Fangel Løgstrup, FinansWatch wrote.
Simonson, who joined the Danish bank in 2002, previously worked as head of societal impact and sustainability for Danske in Sweden.
KBL European Private Bankers
Luxembourg-based KBL European Private Bankers SA appointed UBS Group AG veteran Stephan Matti head of financial intermediaries, effective immediately, finews.com reported.
Matti was head of UBS' intermediaries business in Switzerland, according to the report.
He will also oversee cross-border markets in Europe in the role, finews said.
Gerard O'Dwyer contributed to this report.
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