Deutsche Bank lines up new head of op risk

Appointment follows departure of Bakhshi to CRO role at LSEG

Deutsche Bank

Deutsche Bank has picked a replacement for its head of non-financial risk, Balbir Bakhshi, who has left the bank to join London Stock Exchange Group (LSEG) as chief risk officer.

Adrian Munday, formerly the bank’s chief operating officer for non-financial risk management, stepped into Bakhshi’s role on January 1, initially on an interim basis, while the bank completes its approvals process for replacing a key function-holder.

According to an internal memo seen by Risk.net, Munday will report

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