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Deutsche hires from Credit Suisse again in wealth management

Serene Wee's appointment follows on the heels of Johanes Oeni joining Deutsche Bank last month.
Serene Wee, managing director and senior client partner for Deutsche Bank southeast Asia wealth management

Deutsche Bank has appointed Serene Wee as managing director and senior client partner for southeast Asia wealth management.

Based in Singapore, Wee reports to Anurag Mahesh, vice chairman of the international private bank (IPB) in Asia Pacific and interim head of IPB in southeast Asia.

“I am delighted to welcome Serene Wee to Deutsche Bank. With over 26 years of experience in the banking and wealth industry, Serene’s deep market expertise will support further expansion of our southeast Asia business,” said Mahesh. “Her appointment reinforces Deutsche Bank’s commitment to meeting our clients’ diverse wealth management needs in southeast Asia.”

Wee will focus on delivering wealth management solutions to ultra-high-net-worth (UHNW) clients in southeast Asia, including family offices, trusts, foundations and entrepreneurs across the region, Deutsche Bank said.

Wee was most recently with Credit Suisse, where she spent 19 years focusing on the UHNW client segment. Prior to that, she worked as a relationship manager at BNP Paribas and was a treasury trader with Royal Bank of Scotland.

“We are committed to growing our platform in Asia Pacific, a region with enormous opportunities. We will continue to invest in senior hires such as Serene Wee and invest in our people and platform to deliver the best solutions to our clients,” said head of IPB for Asia Pacific Jin Yee Young.

Last month, Deutsche Bank also announced the hire of Johanes Oeni as head of the international private bank for southeast Asia from Credit Suisse.

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