Deutsche Bank names Indonesia asset servicing head

Deutsche Bank has appointed Samir Dhamankar as head of securities services and global transaction banking for Indonesia Deutsche Bank. He will be responsible for leading the bank’s fund administration and custody business. In addition Dhamanker will oversee the bank’s corporate and institutional cash management services. Dhamankar has spent 14 years with Deutsche’s securities services India but will be based in Jakarta for his latest role. “Indonesia remains one of the most attractive destinations for emerging markets investors allocating capital to Asia and as global companies are expanding their presence in Asia, we are well positioned to help our local and multinational corporate and institutional clients,” said Siantoro Goeyardi, chief country officer, Indonesia at Deutsche Bank. ©2021 funds global asia

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