Three Deutsche Bank executives in Financial News FN100 Influential Women
Three Deutsche Bank executives have been included in Financial News’ seventh annual list of the most influential women working in European financial markets.
Louise Kitchen, Co-Head of Commodities, Anita Nemes, Global Head of Capital Introduction, and Eileen Taylor, CEO of DB UK Bank Limited, were selected for expanding their remits and taking on new roles despite increasing regulation and a slow economic recovery.
Kitchen was recognised for her promotion to Co-Head of Commodities, with Richard Jefferson, in January. Nemes − who features in the FN100 list for the fourth year in a row − this year was given responsibility for European Hedge Fund Consulting, in addition to her role as Global Head of Capital Introduction.
Nemes was recently included in The Hedgefund Journal’s list of 50 Leading Women in Hedge Funds where she was credited for her influence in capital introduction and contribution to Deutsche Bank’s Alternative Investment Survey.
Taylor was recognised for her efforts in promoting senior women through sponsorship and leadership development programmes during her four years as Global Head of Diversity. Taylor, who has worked at Deutsche Bank for 25 years, was named CEO of DB UK Bank Limited, in March.
This year’s survey saw 350 nominees and the final 100 were selected by the publication’s editorial panel assessing candidates on their influence, leadership of their company and market sectors as well as career performance.
“More than five years since the onset of the financial crisis, the rules are still changing. But despite the seemingly endless uncertainty about financial regulation and stop-start economic growth, these women are doing deals and growing revenues.”
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