Teplukhin to head up Deutsche Bank Russia
Pavel Teplukhin has been appointed as chief country officer for Deutsche Bank in Russia. He will assume his responsibilities on October 1, reporting to Stephan Leithner, CEO Europe.
Previously, Teplukhin was president and chairman of Troika Dialog Asset Management, having co-founded the firm back in 1991. He is also chairman of the Forex Club Group.
He pioneered the introduction of mutual funds and private banking services in Russia and played a key role in the emergence and development of the Russian securities and mutual funds market. He is also one of the leaders and authors of the Russian pension reform.
Leithner said: “In his new role Pavel will further develop the Deutsche Bank Russia franchise. Specifically, the focus will be on expanding our product range for Russian clients and assisting Russian corporates with their international and global aspirations.”
Teplukhin added he will focus on making DB’s products available to a broader circle of Russian corporates and developing the firm’s private wealth management franchise.
Joerg Bongartz remains chairman of the management board of Deutsche Bank Russia and Raj Tanna remains its chief operating officer.