Deutsche Bank appoints Isabel Castillo as Chief Technology Officer

Deutsche Bank has appointed Isabel Castillo as Chief Technology Officer for the Retail Banking Unit (IPB) and for the Europe, Middle East and Africa region, a position she has held since September, following the announcement of Walter Giger’s departure from the bank at the end of the year.

Based in Madrid, he will lead the various technology strategies for all countries in the private banking sector and for all activities in the Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) region.

Mr. Castillo has over 20 years of technology experience and over 15 years in global roles. He has worked for Deutsche Bank since 2001.

In his new role, he will report to Marcus Heidmann, Chief Technology Officer for Private Banking, with a matrix report to Frank Rückbrodt, Global Head of Technology, Data and Innovation.

Deutsche Bank also informed the Spanish Securities and Exchange Commission (CNMV) on Wednesday of the appointment of Jasmine Ray as non-executive director, a change still subject to obtaining the relevant authorizations from the regulator.

In addition, Nieves Estévez has been appointed non-executive secretary of the board of directors, also subject to obtaining the relevant authorizations from the supervisory authority.

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