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DB Private Wealth Management adds four senior hires


Deutsche Bank Private Wealth Management has added four hires to the firm’s US private wealth management group.

Deutsche Bank Private Wealth Management has added four hires to the firm’s US private wealth management group.

The additions include four managing directors, Joanne Jensen, Pat Janco, Becky Creavin and Jennifer Shaw, who will be located in Deutsche Bank’s Park Avenue office in New York. All four will report to Chip Packard, head, US private bank – Eastern region.

Jensen is a managing director at The Citi Private Bank and has previously held senior positions in Citigroup’s global markets and wealth management businesses.

Janco is a senior private banker with more than 20 years of wealth management experience, most recently as a managing director with The Citi Private Bank in Long Island. She previously worked as a private banker at Chase and Fleet Bank.

Creavin has spent the last ten years at The Citi Private Bank as a senior private banker and director. She began her career 20 years ago at Bankers Trust.

Shaw is a senior private banker and director in the Manhattan office of The Citi Private Bank where she has worked for ten years. She began her career at Donaldson, Lufkin and Jenrette, where she worked in the private client and high yield bond trading groups.

"These individuals are important franchise hires for our US Private Wealth Management business," says Thomas Bowers, head of US private wealth management. "They are among the most seasoned and effective Private Bankers in the marketplace and will bring tremendous experience and leadership to our platform. Their appointments will demonstrate Deutsche Bank’s continuing commitment to the strategic growth of our US wealth management franchise, where we expect further significant growth in the coming years."

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