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Deutsche Bank Wealth Management hires Global Head of Wealth Discretionary

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Gregor Hirt is to join Deutsche Bank Wealth management as Global Head of Wealth Discretionary with immediate effect.

Hirt joins from Vontobel where he was Head of Multi Asset Solutions and Chief Strategist.
 
In his new role, Hirt will oversee wealth discretionary portfolio management activities and, in close cooperation with the regional coverage teams and the Discretionary Sales team, be responsible for growing Deutsche Bank Wealth Management’s asset base in Wealth Discretionary. Hirt will be based in Frankfurt and report to Christian Nolting, Global Chief Investment Officer and Head of Wealth Discretionary.
 
Hirt has over 20 years of professional experience, holding senior leadership positions at UBS, Schroders and Credit Suisse. He has covered institutional clients, foundations, sovereign wealth and UHNWIs.

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