Deutsche Bank appoints Chief Operating Officer, Global Banking Europe
Sullivan joins from IBM Corporation where she has spent the last six years. Her roles at IBMT included Global General Manager, Financial Markets, responsible for all IBM'Ts business with major Capital and Financial markets companies including all Investment Banks, Brokerages, Fund Managers and Exchanges. Most recently, Sullivan was Managing Director in the financial services practice driving IBM'Ts global relationship with a major financial services client.
Prior to joining IBM, Sullivan spent three years at Morgan Stanley culminating in her role as Executive Director, E-business Technology in New York, responsible for Morgan Stanley'Ts global E-Business activity.
Commenting on the appointment, David Fass, Head of Global Banking Europe said; "We are delighted to have someone of Elaine's calibre joining our team in such an important role. Elaine brings with her over 15 years experience in sales, marketing and business development for multinational corporates. She will be an extremely valuable addition to our business and will work closely with our teams as we continue to grow our Global Banking franchise across Europe."
"Deutsche Bank has the highest level of commitment to Global Banking. In welcoming Elaine to our team, we are able to significantly develop our positioning in this area."
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