Deutsche Bank appoints Chief Country Officer for Schweden
Deutsche Bank today announced that Jan Olsson has been appointed Chief Country Officer for Sweden and General Manager of Deutsche Bank's Stockholm branch, effective July 1, 2006.
Olsson joined Deutsche Bank in 1988 and most recently held the positions of Co-Head for Deutsche Bank's Nordic Investment Banking Division and Head of Investment Banking Switzerland. In his new role Olsson will report to Jürgen Fitschen, Head of Regional Management and Member of the Group Executive Committee. In his Global Banking role he will continue to report to Kristian Bagger, Head of Global Banking Nordic & Benelux.
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