Anshu Jain has been Co-Chairman of the Management Board and the Group Executive Committee of Deutsche Bank since June 2012. He has been a member of the Management Board since 2009 and the Group Executive Committee since 2002. He was previously head of the Corporate & Investment Bank, globally responsible for Deutsche Bank’s Corporate Finance, Sales and Trading, and Global Transaction Banking business.
Anshu joined Deutsche Bank’s nascent markets business in 1995. He became joint head of the Corporate & Investment Bank in 2004 and sole head in 2010 after roles including head of Global Markets, head of fixed income sales and trading, global head of derivatives and emerging markets, and global head of institutional client coverage.
Before his career at Deutsche Bank, Anshu was a Managing Director at Merrill Lynch in New York. Between 1985 and 1988 he worked at Kidder Peabody.
In his previous role, Anshu led Deutsche Bank’s team advising the UK Treasury on financial stability and was a member of the UK’s Financial Services Global Competitiveness Group. He was also formerly a non-executive director of Sasol, South Africa’s leading oil and gas company.
Anshu is Chairman of the Board of Trustees of the Alfred Herrhausen Society and a member of the Board of Directors of the Institute of International Finance. He is also a member of the Financial Services Forum and of the International Advisory Panel of the Monetary Authority of Singapore.
He was named Global Indian of the Year in 2012 by the Economic Times and received a Lifetime Achievement Award from Risk magazine in 2010.
Born in January 1963, Anshu is married with two children. He holds an MBA in Finance (Beta Gamma Sigma) from the University of Massachusetts Amherst, and a BA (Hons) in Economics from Delhi University.
Anshu is a passionate wildlife photographer and conservationist. He and his wife Geetika are active supporters of a range of wildlife and environmental conservation charities in India and southern Africa.
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