01 September 2017
Singapore
Reporter: Jenna Lomax

Deutsche Bank names new Asia Pacific securities services head


Deutsche Bank has appointed Anand Rengarajan as head of securities services for Asia Pacific (APAC).

Rengarajan will be based in Singapore and will report to Satvinder Singh, global head of securities services. Regionally, he will report to Lisa Robins, head of global transaction banking for the APAC region.

Since joining Deutsche Bank in 2000, Rengarajan has held various roles within the company, most recently serving as co-head of investor services for APAC.

Singh said: “With his wealth of experience in building businesses across APAC, Anand Rengarajan will be an invaluable resource in driving further growth for the securities services business in this important region.”

Robins added: “We are pleased to have chosen Anand Rengarajan to lead our securities services business in APAC. His track record and long tenure at Deutsche Bank will serve him well in his new role.”

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