Managing Director, Member of the Management Board, Deutsche Bank AG.
Prior to his current role, Dr. Leithner co-headed the Corporate Finance division and was responsible for Deutsche Bank’s local Corporate Finance Country Coverage teams across Europe and Asia and for the Global Financial Institutions Group. His previous roles included supervision of Deutsche Bank’s German and European Investment Banking Coverage and Advisory.
Dr. Leithner is responsible for Human Resources, Compliance and Government & Regulatory Affairs. Stephan is also a member of the Management Board and a member of the Group Executive Committee. Before joining Deutsche Bank in 2000, Dr. Leithner was a partner at McKinsey & Co.
Dr. Leithner studied Economics and Business Administration at the University of St. Gallen (Switzerland), majoring in Finance and Accounting. He completed his studies with a PhD (Switzerland, 1989).
Chief Country Officer, Deutsche Bank Russia.
Pavel joined Deutsche Bank on October 1, 2012. Pavel was among the co-founders of Troika Dialog in 1991; from 1996 till 2010 he headed Troika Dialog Management Company, primarily in the position of the President, and later as Chairman of the Board.
Pavel Teplukhin has played a key role in creating the securities market and collective investment industry in Russia, as well as the private banking industry. He is a mastermind and co-author of the Russian pension system reform. He took part in launching the first Russian-focused U.S. mutual fund in 1996, established the first stock Unit Investment Fund (UIF) in Russian in 1997, the first market real property UIF, the first life insurance UIF, and he managed 4 of the 5 major pension funds.Pavel is Chairman of the Strategy Committee of the Board of Directors in Rusnano and Member of the Board at International Trade Center.
Pavel graduated from the London School of Economics and Moscow State University.
Chief Executive Officer, Deutsche Bank (Switzerland) Ltd. Head of Wealth Management Europe, Middle East and Africa.
Marco Bizzozero has headed Wealth Management EMEA (Deutsche Bank Ltd., Switzerland) since 2009. He has also been a member of the Supervisory Board of Deutsche Bank Österreich AG since 2010.
Marco Bizzozero graduated from the University of St. Gallen with an MBA degree, Marco Bizzozero is a licensed specialist in Economics, majoring in Audit and Trust Operations.
Chief Executive Officer of Central & Eastern Europe Region, Deutsche Bank (Turkey) A.S.
Peter Tils has headed the Regional Management for Central and Eastern Europe (Deutsche Bank AG, Frankfurt) since 2005. In 2009 he was elected the Chairman of the Supervisory Board of PJSC Deutsche Bank DBU (Kiev). In 2012 Peter Tils was also elected the Chairman of the Supervisory Board of Deutsche Bank A.S. (Istanbul).
He is responsible for organization of Central and Eastern European business within the Regional Management Division.
Peter Tils studied Political Economics at the University of Bonn (1973-1974) and Business Administration at the University of Cologne (1975-1976). He has an MBA degree.
Managing Director, Chairman of Global Banking-Europe, Deutsche Bank AG.
Jeremy Bailey has headed Global Banking Europe since 1995. In 2013 he was elected to the Supervisory Board of Deutsche Bank Ltd. Russia.
Mr. Bailey is responsible for managing Deutsche Bank Group's global banking business.
Jeremy graduated from the London Business School in 1974. In 1978 he completed a supplementary training course in Chartered Accountancy.
Global Head of EM Trading (Central and Eastern Europe, Middle East and Africa, Latin America).
Given Mr. Arinc's success in Emerging Markets, he was asked to manage the European Credit and Rates Trading business in 2013, where he was instrumental to changing the overall strategy of the group. In late 2014 Mr. Arinc was appointed Global Head of the Foreign Exchange business while continuing to maintain oversight of the EM business.
In 1992 Ahmet Arinc graduated from the College of Wooster (USA) with a BA in Economics.
Head of Corporate Finance for Central and Eastern Europe, Middle East and Africa. Deutsche Bank AG.
Nizar has headed Corporate Finance Department for Central and Eastern Europe, Middle East and Africa (Deutsche Bank AG) since 1999. Nizar also serves as a member of governing bodies of other legal entities: he is a member of the Board of Directors of Deutsche Gulf Finance (since 2013) and a member of the Board of Directors of Abraaj Group (since 2014). He has been a director of Saffar Holding Limited (formerly ABQ Investments Ltd) since 1997.
Nizar's current responsibilities with Deutsche Bank include origination and distribution of all capital market products, including equity securities, fixed income securities, commodities and foreign exchange, as well as corporate finance, global transaction banking, lending and liability management for Central and Eastern Europe, Middle East and Africa.
Nizar Nabil Albassam graduates from the Colby College in Waterville (USA). He has a BA in Economics (1996).
Head of GTB for Europe, Middle East and Africa, Deutsche Bank AG.
Kornelis Jan Hoving has headed GTB, Europe, Middle East and Africa (excluding Germany) since 2010. On February 10, 2015, he was elected to the Supervisory Board of Deutsche Bank Ltd.
Kornelis Jan Hoving graduated from the Harvard Business School (2007) and the Erasmus University (Rotterdam) (1993) with an MSc degree.
Head of CEEMA and LATAM Equities Markets, Deutsche Bank AG
Starting from February 2000 Max Karl Koep is responsible for managing CEEMEA and LATAM equities in Deutsche Bank AG (London, UK).
Max graduated from the Mississippi State University (Bachelor of Professional Accountancy, 1990) and the University of Cape Town (Post Graduate Diploma in Accountancy, 1992).