Media Release January 20, 2021

Deutsche Bank appoints Thamer Saleh Alsedais as General Manager of its Saudi Arabia Branch

Deutsche Bank today announced the appointment of Thamer Saleh Alsedais as General Manager of Deutsche Bank AG Riyadh Branch in Saudi Arabia.

Thamer Alsedais

As General Manager of Deutsche Bank’s branch in the Kingdom, Alsedais will have oversight of the bank’s business activities regulated by the Saudi Central Bank (SAMA). Working closely with both business units and infrastructure teams, he will facilitate the ongoing delivery of Deutsche Bank’s product and service offering to its Saudi based clients, whilst ensuring strict compliance with regulatory requirements.

After more than a decade of professional experience in the Kingdom, Alsedais joined Deutsche Bank Group in Saudi Arabia in 2020 as a Director in the Wealth Management division, part of the International Private Bank (IBP). Prior to joining the bank, Alsedais held several senior Treasury and Wealth Management sales positions at Saudi British Bank (SABB) and NCB Capital. He holds a Master’s Degree in Financial Economics from California State University in the United States.

Deutsche Bank has a proud history in Saudi Arabia since it established its Riyadh branch in 2006, and is deeply committed to its operations in the Kingdom.

For further information, please contact:

Deutsche Bank AG
Press & Media Relations

Mohanad Nahas
Phone: +971 (0) 4 3611 754
Mobile: +971 (0) 50 5445 836  


About Deutsche Bank, Saudi Arabia

In April 2006, Deutsche Bank’s presence was established in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia with the opening of a branch in the capital, Riyadh. The branch is regulated by the Saudi Central Bank (SAMA) and operates under a full commercial banking license, which was granted by SAMA in July 2004. A second entity, Deutsche Securities Saudi Arabia (DSSA), was incorporated in December 2007. DSSA is regulated by the Capital Market Authority (CMA) and is licensed to carry out securities business.

Through its two legal entities in Saudi Arabia, Deutsche Bank Group offers a suite of investment and transaction banking and wealth and asset management services.

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