November 1, 2011

Three Deutsche Bank employees in FN100 Influential Women list 2011

Three Deutsche Bank employees are featured in the Financial News 100 list of influential women bankers, which this year focuses on executives working to stabilise and solve the European financial crisis.

Suzanne Cain, Head of institutional Credit Sales, Europe; Louise Kitchen, Global Head of Commodities Structuring and Sales; and Anita Nemes, Global Head of Capital Introduction, were chosen for their outstanding contributions to European financial markets.

Katherine Garret-Cox, Chief Executive of Alliance Trust and Member of Deutsche Bank’s Supervisory Board, also features on the list, which includes investment bankers, fund managers and policymakers.

Financial News called Cain “a seasoned saleswoman” and “an integral part” of the Bank’s fixed income, currencies and commodities business.

Kitchen was praised for her key role in Deutsche Bank’s ongoing success in commodities while Nemes was identified for her role as skilful intermediary between the Bank’s hedge fund clients and the investor community.

Earlier this year four Deutsche Bank executives were featured in Financial News’ list of the 100 most influential European bankers.

They were: Dr. Josef Ackermann, Chairman of the Management Board and the Group Executive Committee; Anshu Jain, Head of CIB;  Ivor Dunbar, Head of Global Capital Markets; and Henrik Aslaksen, Global Head of M&A.


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