Deutsche Korea

Sung Eun Ahn returns to Deutsche as Korea chief

Deutsche hires Sung Eun Ahn from Bank of America Merrill Lynch to head its Seoul office.
Sung Eun Ahn
Sung Eun Ahn

Sung Eun Ahn is returning to Deutsche Bank as chief country officer for Korea and chief executive of the bank’s local securities arm.

He replaces Soo-Ryong Kim, who is retiring from the bank, and starts his new job on July 1, reporting to Alan Cloete and Gunit Chadha, Asia-Pacific co-CEOs and members of the group executive committee, according to a statement the bank issued late last week.

Kim previously worked at Deutsche from 2002 to 2004, before leaving to become chief executive and head of investment banking for Korea at Bank of America Merrill Lynch, a position he has for the past nine years. He has...

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