People Moves: Deutsche Bank announces new leadership to lead Discretionary Portfolio Management (DPM) Asia Pacific
Press Release - Deutsche Bank (XETRA: DBKGn.DB / NYSE: DB) International Private Bank (IPB) today announced two new appointments to deepen expertise in its Discretionary Portfolio Management offering in Asia Pacific. Stefanie Holtze-Jen is appointed as the Head of Discretionary Portfolio Management (DPM) Asia Pacific, and Harsh Agarwal is appointed as DPM Head of Fixed Income, Asia.
Based in Singapore, Holtze-Jen will assume responsibility for DPM, Asia Pacific, in addition to her role as Chief Investment Officer, Asia Pacific. She will report into Tuan Huynh, Global Head of Discretionary Portfolio Management, in addition to her CIO reporting line.
In his new role, Agarwal will report to Holtze-Jen. Agarwal joined Deutsche Bank in 2013 and has more than 15 years of experience in the fixed income markets, spanning local currency credits, investment grade, high yield, distressed debt, and convertible bonds. He was most recently Co-Head of APAC Credit Desk Strategy, and a senior member of the Global Credit Trading team in the Investment Bank. Agarwal is a Chartered Accountant, Chartered Financial Analyst, and received his MBA from the Indian Institute of Management.
Tuan Huynh, Global Head of DPM said: "These dual appointments of our esteemed finance experts underscores our commitment to invest to further position the IPB as a leader in DPM, which is a core part of IPB's offering for our clients."