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Deutsche Bank appoints new head of trade finance & lending in China

Daniel Qian is also head of structured trade & export finance.

Deutsche Bank has appointed Daniel Qian as head of trade finance & lending - China, the bank announced.

Qian will hold the position alongside his existing role as head of structured trade & export finance (STEF) China, which he has assumed since 2016.

In his new expanded role, Qian will be responsible for leading the business lines and growing platform across all onshore Trade Finance and Lending functions in China. 

Based in Beijing, Qian will functionally report to Steven Yu, head of trade & lending North Asia and asset platforms APAC; Edward Hui, APAC head of STEF; and locally to Leo Yin, deputy head of local corporate coverage and North China head of corporate coverage.

Prior to joining Deutsche Bank in 2015, Qian worked for HSBC and Société Générale in Project & Export Finance roles with a focus on LNG, petrochemical, power and renewable energy and was based in Hong Kong.

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