Deutsche Bank appoints global renminbi chief

Evan Goldstein, a former JP Morgan veteran, is named global head of renminbi services, a new position within the German bank.

Deutsche Bank has appointed Evan Goldstein as its global head of renminbi services, a newly created position as the German bank ramps up its Chinese currency operations in keeping with other international financial groups.

Goldstein, a former JP Morgan veteran, will be responsible for managing and integrating Deutsche Bank's renminbi products and related activities across the group globally. The move is effective immediately and the role is based in Hong Kong.

He will focus on delivering the bank's full suite of capabilities, including foreign exchange and corporate banking services, to clients seeking renminbi products and services, a Deutsche Bank spokesperson told FinanceAsia.  

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