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Deutsche Bank Wealth Management makes two UHNW US hires
11/10/2018 , News Team

Deutsche Bank Wealth Management has made two senior hires in the US, "strengthening its offering to ultra high net worth individuals and institutions in the West Coast region,” the bank stated.

Wendy McMillan who joins as a managing director and private banker based in San Francisco has over 20 years of industry experience. She joins from Wells Fargo Securities Group, where she was a managing director in the investment solutions group, responsible for the distribution of investment products to registered independent advisers, high net worth investors and financial advisers in San Francisco. She previously held roles at Bank of America Merrill Lynch, Bankers Trust and Chase Bank. 

At the same time, Richard Aguiar also joins as managing director and private banker based in Los Angeles. 

With nearly 20 years of experience working in Los Angeles, he was previously a senior relationship manager at U.S. Trust, providing solutions to ultra high net worth families and medium to large endowments and foundations. Prior to that, he held roles at Boston Private Bank and SEI Investments. 

With client assets of more than EUR 300 billion (as at 25 July 2018), Deutsche Bank’s Wealth Management business is one of the largest wealth managers worldwide. It offers clients a broad range of traditional and alternative investment solutions, as well as comprehensive advice on all aspects of wealth management.


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