Deutsche Bank on 1 July announced the appointment of Glenn Morgan as Chief Executive Officer for Deutsche Bank Australia. He was formerly the Interim Chief Executive Officer, having taken the transitory role in 2020 after the departure of Anthony Miller. Morgan has over 25 years of experience with financial markets across Australia and Asia Pacific. He joined Deutsche Bank in 2009 and was previously Head of Equities in Australia.
On Morgan's appointment, Alexander von zur Muehlen, Deutsche Bank’s Chief Executive Officer for Asia Pacific and member of the Management Board, said that Australia is an integral part of its global franchise and its operations in the Asia Pacific region. “Glenn is ideally placed to continue to lead the franchise, as we invest in our local business, following the launch of our onshore cash management capability and a number of recent strategic hires for our investment banking business,” he said.
Morgan is a crucial addition to Deutsche Bank following the launch of its onshore cash management capability and a number of recent strategic hirings for its investment banking business. He has over twenty-five years of experience in handling and managing financial markets across Australia and Asia-Pacific. He is also the Executive Sponsor of Deutsche Bank's dbPride network and is actively engaged in creating and driving initiatives and being a vocal supporter for the LGBT+ community.
Deutsche Bank has been operating in Australia since 1973.