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Deutsche Bank names Southeast Asia IPB head
Johanes Oeni has 31 years of wealth management experience
The Asset 31 Jan 2023
Johanes Oeni
Johanes Oeni

German lender Deutsche Bank has appointed Johanes Oeni as a managing director and the head of its international private bank (IPB) in Southeast Asia, as of April 2023, reporting to Jin-Yee Young, head of IPB Asia-Pacific.

Oeni, who will be based in Singapore, will focus on further expanding the IPB’s Southeast Asia business by growing coverage of ultra-high-net-worth individuals, entrepreneurs and their families, as well as leveraging the bank’s advisory platform to provide clients with innovative wealth management (WM) solutions, focusing on wealth preservation and succession planning.

He joins the bank with over 31 years of WM experience, most recently at Credit Suisse where he led the WM business in Indonesia and Malaysia. Prior to that, he spent seven years at JP Morgan and three years at Banque Indosuez.

“Throughout his career, Oeni has demonstrated a successful track record in managing, leading, growing and nurturing teams of relationship managers and WM specialists,” Young says. “He has a detailed understanding of the needs of sophisticated clients in the region, and his deep market insights will accelerate the growth of our footprint in Asia-Pacific.”

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