Deutsche Bank’s Romeih Said to Leave Company After 18 Years

Saleh Romeih, head of central and eastern Europe, Middle East and Africa at Deutsche Bank AG (DBK)’s capital markets and treasury solutions unit, has left the bank after 18 years, according to an internal memo.

Romeih will be replaced by Nizar Al-Bassam, head of markets sales and coverage for the region, according to the memo, obtained by Bloomberg News. An official for Frankfurt-based Deutsche Bank declined to comment, as did Romeih when reached by phone today.

Romeih helped build out the CMTS business, which provides treasury services to corporate clients, in Asia and the CEEMEA region during his time at the bank, according to the memo.

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