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Ex-CS banker joins Deutsche as southeast Asia market head

Eleanor Lam joins Deutsche Bank from Credit Suisse, where she was a senior client partner in the Singapore market.
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Deutsche Bank International Private Bank has appointed Eleanor Lam as its managing director and market head for southeast Asia, effective from 20 June.

Based in Singapore, Lam, who has over 24 years of experience in the banking sector, will report to Johanes Oeni, head of the German lender’s international private bank.

Lam’s responsibilities include managing and acquiring the private and corporate portfolios of ultra-high-net-worth individuals, entrepreneurs and their families in the region.

She will also focus on looking for cross-divisional business opportunities to leverage Deutsche Bank’s product suite across wealth management, investment banking and the corporate bank for entrepreneurs and their companies.

Prior to joining Deutsche Bank, Lam was a senior client partner in the Singapore market at Credit Suisse. Before that, she spent nine years at UBS.

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