Deutsche Asset & Wealth Management has added a managing director for Mexico, as it continues to expand its private bank.
Based in the firm's Geneva office, Pascal Landrove has joined Deutsche as managing director and senior relationship manager for Mexico, according to statements from Deutsche.
Landrove will report to Deutsche wealth management executives Mathias Musch and Felipe Godard, both covering Latin America.
"We have been focused on strategically building out our private bank in Latin America, and believe Pascal will play a significant role in expanding our business in Mexico," Godard said in a statement.
Prior to joining Deutsche, Landrove was a managing director and relationship manager with Lombard Odier, according to Deutsche. Before that he spent over a decade at UBS covering Latin America as a relationship manager and desk head for Mexico, the firm says.
In the past decade, Deutsche has made several hires in order to expand its private bank in Latin America, Texas and Miami, according to statements from the firm.
Deutsche recently hired an ex-Morgan Stanley executive to lead its new post overseeing trading activities for the firm's wealth management and capital markets business in the U.S.
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