Scott Lampard Appointed CCO of Deutsche Bank Canada
TORONTO & NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Deutsche Bank today announced that Scott Lampard has been appointed Chief Country Officer for Canada, effective July 1, 2013. Lampard will retain his role as Head of Markets for Canada. He will now report to Jacques Brand, CEO of North America and member of the Group Executive Committee and will continue to report to Jeffrey Mayer, Head of Corporate Banking and Securities, North America.
Lampard joined Deutsche Bank in 2010 and brings more than two decades of international capital markets experience to his new role. Over the past three years he has developed and grown Deutsche Bank's Markets business in Canada through investments in the fixed income, equities and commodities platforms.
Lampard is replacing Paul Jurist, who has decided to retire after 15 years at Deutsche Bank. Jurist has been the CCO of Canada for the past 12 years.
Brand said, "Scott has been a tremendous addition to our franchise in Canada since he joined us three years ago. I would also like to thank Paul for his contributions to the Bank over the past 15 years. Paul has been instrumental in the expansion and diversification of Deutsche Bank's Canadian business and client relationships and leaves the franchise very well positioned for future growth and development under Scott's leadership."
Mayer added, "Scott brings international experience and local roots to his new role. His deep relationships and broad experience will continue to benefit all of our Canadian clients."
Lampard joined Deutsche Bank in September 2010 having worked previously at Bank of America Merrill Lynch and JP Morgan in Toronto, New York, London, Sydney and Hong Kong.
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