Deutsche Bank has appointed Johanes Oeni as managing director and head of the international private bank (IPB) in southeast Asia.
Oeni will start his new position in April in Singapore and report to Jin-Yee Young, head of IPB Asia Pacific.
“We are delighted to welcome Johanes to Deutsche Bank to lead our wealth management business in southeast Asia,” said Young.
“He has a detailed understanding of the needs of sophisticated clients in the region and his deep market insights will accelerate the growth of our footprint in Asia Pacific.”
In his new role, Oeni will focus on expanding the bank’s business in the southeast Asia region by growing coverage of ultra-high-net-worth individuals, entrepreneurs and their families and providing wealth management services to clients.
Oeni boasts over 31 years of experience in the wealth management industry.
Prior to joining Deutsche Bank, he was most recently the market group head for Indonesia and Malaysia at Credit Suisse’s wealth management business, where he stayed for over 20 years.
He has also worked at JP Morgan for seven years and three years at Banque Indosuez.