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Deutsche Asset & Wealth Management (Deutsche AWM) has appointed Santiago Trigo as a Managing Director and Market Head for the combined region of Southern Cone and Andean. 

Based in Miami, Trigo will be responsible for executing the regional strategy and delivering Deutsche AWM’s wealth management platform to this region in Latin America.

Trigo joins Deutsche AWM with 25 years of financial industry experience. Most recently, he was a Market Manager at JP Morgan Private Bank, overseeing the growth strategy for their private banking business in Mexico. Prior to JP Morgan, he spent 10 years at Bank of America with the Emerging Markets Debt Trading Group as a Trader and Trading Manager. Santiago holds an MBA from the Anderson School of Management at UCLA and a JD from the School of Law at the University of Buenos Aires.

“Santiago brings a wealth of experience to our platform as we look to broaden our reach and deliver our wealth management platform throughout Latin America,” says Felipe Godard, Head of Wealth Management in Latin America. “Santiago’s proven track record and deep client relationships will play an important role as we grow our presence in the region.”

Santiago is the latest in a series of senior talent that has recently joined the Deutsche AWM platform in Latin America. Dessy Arteaga, joined in early January as a Managing Director and Senior Relationship Manager with a focus on the ultra-high net worth individuals in Mexico.

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