LATAM round-up: Deutsche reshuffles the pack
Deutsche Bank has reshuffled the pack in two of its Latin American operations. In Brazil, it has appointed Alexandre Aoude as managing director and country manager. He succeeds Roger Karam, who has become a member of the bank’s advisory board in the country. Jose Miguel Alcalde is Deutsche’s new country manager for Chile. He succeeds Rodrigo Pérez, who is retiring from the firm.
Both Aoude and Alcalde report to Seth Waugh, chief executive for Deutsche Bank in the Americas, and to Pablo Calderini, global head of emerging markets. Pérez retires from the firm after 14 years’ service but will continue to serve as director of Deutsche Bank Chile.