Deutsche AWM Appoints Kreuzkamp as CIO

Oct 12 2015 | 5:46pm ET

Deutsche Bank Asset and Wealth Management has named Stefan Kreuzkamp as chief investment officer and head of investment management. 

Kreuzkamp currently serves as Deutsche AWM's regional chief investment officer for EMEA, where he oversees equities, fixed income and multi-asset strategies for Deutsche AWM. He is expected to assume his new role on December 1, 2015, when he will also become a member of Deutsche AWM’s global executive committee. 

The appointment follows the transition of current CIO Asoka Wöhrmann to head of retail banking at Deutsche’s private & business clients division, according to the company. A replacement for Kreuzkamp has yet to be announced.

“Stefan is an established leader and successful portfolio manager who has the vision and clarity to continue delivering the value and insight our clients expect,” noted Michele Faissola, head of Deutsche AWM, in a statement “Stefan has played a key role in helping to develop our investment platform over the years, and will continue to provide continuity and stability for our clients and their investments.”

Kreuzkamp initially joined Deutsche AWM in 1998, initially working in the investment manager’s manager’s money markets operations and later joining the fixed income fund management before taking on the EMEA CIO role.

Based in Frankfurt, Germany, Deutsche AWM had $1.28 trillion in assets under management for private and institutional investment clients as of the end of June 2015.


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