Deutsche Bank appoints Indian CCO

Douglas Neilson, a 21-year veteran of Deutsche Bank, takes up the top job in India.

Deutsche Bank has announced the appointment of Douglas Neilson as its chief country officer for India. Neilson has held the role in an acting capacity since January 2001 following the departure of Javad Shirazi.

He will report to Martin Loat, chief executive officer of Deutsche's corporate and investment banking group in the Asia-Pacific region.

Neilson is responsible for the management of the bank's five branches in India, as well as sharing responsibilities with relevant product heads for Deutsche's corporate and...

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