Deutsche Bank Appoints De Goyeneche as Chile Country Officer

Deutsche Bank named Andres de Goyeneche as head of operations in Chile, a month after its previous chief country officer stepped down.

The appointment is effective immediately, according to an e-mailed statement from the Frankfurt-based bank. De Goyeneche replaces Manuel Irarrazaval, who left in July to head Bank of America Merrill Lynch Chile.

De Goyeneche joined Deutsche Bank Chile in 2000 and will continue to serve in his current roles as chief executive officer of Deutsche Bank Chile SA and head of capital markets and treasury solutions in the country, according to the statement. He will lead Deutsche Bank in Chile across all business divisions and join the Latin America Regional Executive Committee.

De Goyeneche takes over four months after the bank decided to shut equity trading operations in Chile. The bank continues to trade debt and has retained corporate finance and asset-management operations.

The new country officer will report to Bernardo Parnes, chief executive officer of Deutsche Bank Latin America, and Alberto Ardura, head of capital markets and treasury solutions for Latin America.

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