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Deutsche Bank Names New Global HR Boss

Tom Burroughes Group Editor 28 June 2013

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Deutsche Bank has appointed Pippa Lambert as global head of human
resources, effective from 1 July. She previously worked in the role of director
of global reward at Royal Bank of Scotland.

Her appointment represents a return to the German bank where
she had worked from May 2002 to April 2011 in different HR roles,
Frankfurt-listed Deutsche said in a statement today.

Lambert will be based in Frankfurt
and report to Stephan Leithner, member of the management board and the group executive
committee whose functional responsibilities include human resources. She will
replace Conrad Venter, 63, who will retire from the bank.

Among recent high-profile appointments have included that of
Bruno Hallak as chief country officer for France, succeeding Marc Pandraud,
and that of Jerry Miller, who was named head of Deutsche Asset & Wealth
Management Americas. (The latter role is a newly created one.)

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