Deutsche Bank appoints Chief Country Officer of Chile

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Andrés de Goyeneche has been appointed as Deutsche Bank's Chief Country Officer of Chile.

Deutsche Bank announced on Tuesday that Andrés de Goyeneche has been appointed Chief Country Officer (CCO) of Deutsche Bank in Chile, effective immediately.

De Goyeneche joined the Bank in 2000 and will continue to serve in his current roles as Chief Executive Officer, Deutsche Bank Chile S.A. and Head of Capital Markets and Treasury Solutions for Chile.

As CCO of Chile, De Goyeneche will lead Deutsche Bank in the country across all business divisions, and join the Latin America Regional Executive Committee. He will continue to be based in Santiago and report to Bernardo Parnes, Chief Executive Officer of Deutsche Bank Latin America, and Alberto Ardura, Head of Capital Markets and Treasury Solutions, Latin America.

'Chile is an important component of our Latin America strategy and we will continue to expand our client offerings in the country,' said Parnes. 'Andrés has been instrumental in the growth of our business in Chile and we believe his tenure at the bank and deep knowledge of the local market will continue to serve us well.'

'Andrés’ deep experience and insight into the Chilean market have always been highly valued by our clients,' said Ardura. 'We are confident that he will thrive in his expanded role.'

Deutsche Bank has had a presence in Chile since 1954.

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