Deutsche Bank announces senior appointments in the Middle East
Deutsche Bank today announced the appointments of Ricardo Honegger as Chief Country Officer for UAE and General Manager of Deutsche Bank’s Dubai branch and Hatim Mouminah as General Manager of Deutsche Bank’s Riyadh branch. Both appointments are effective immediately.
Honegger joined Deutsche Bank in 1999 as European Head for Alternative Investment Trading and Securitized Products in Global Equities Derivatives. In 2006 he was appointed Head of Global Markets and Global Banking for the Middle East North Africa (MENA) region.
Honegger reports to Yassine Bouhara, Head of Global Markets Equity, and in his new role as CCO UAE and General Manager of Deutsche Bank’s Dubai branch to Ken Borda, Chief Executive Officer for MENA.
Mouminah joined Deutsche Bank in 2005 as Head of Private Wealth Management (PWM) for the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. He has 15 years experience in treasury, private and corporate banking in Saudi Arabia.
Mouminah reports to Michael Dismorr, Head of PWM for Middle East, Turkey & Africa, in his PWM role and to Ken Borda, Chief Executive Officer for MENA, in his new role as the General Manager for the Deutsche Bank’s Riyadh branch.
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