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Deutsche appoints ex-UBS exec as wealth vice chairman in APAC 

Mahesh is rejoining Deutsche after leaving in 2017.

Deutsche Bank has appointed Anurag Mahesh as vice chairman, Wealth Management APAC. 

Mahesh is rejoining Deutsche from UBS, where he served as co-head of the global family office for APAC.

In the newly-created role, Mahesh is expected to bring new client relationships into Deutsche’s WM business in the region, as well as assist the coverage and advisory teams in deepening relationships with existing clients.

He directly reports to Lok Yim, head of international private bank APAC and CEO of Deutsche’s Hong Kong branch; and to Alessandro Caironi, global head of lending and advisory & sales. 

He begins in January and is based in Singapore. 

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