Deutsche Bank appoints chief investment strategist

Ridhima Sharma
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The Wealth Management of Deutsche Bank has appointed Gerit Heinz as chief investment strategist. He takes over the position of Johannes Müller, who is now responsible for the macro-research in the CIO office of the Deutsche Bank subsidiary in the course of the IPO of DWS.

Heinz works closely with the global CIO, the global investment strategy team, and the CIO office to formulate and communicate Deutsche Bank’s market views. He reports to Christian Nolting, global investment chief (global CIO) and head of discretionary asset management at Deutsche Bank Wealth Management.

He began his career as a stock strategist and portfolio manager in the private customer segment of Commerzbank. In 2002 he moved to UBS Germany and became an analyst for German equities on the buy side and has been a part of the bank for past 14 years. At the beginning of 2017 he left UBS.

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