In a statement Deutsche Bank said, it has hired Olivier Vigneron as its chief risk officer from France’s Natixis.
The announcement marks the second major personnel hiring: earlier last week on Friday, it had announced the nomination of Dutch businessman Alexander Wynaendts as the chairman of its supervisory board.
Vigneron, who was the chief risk officer at Natixis, will succeed Stuart Lewis, who had announced his retirement earlier this year.
Vigneron will join the bank in March.
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