Media Release Karachi, February 7, 2022

Deutsche Bank appoints Syed Kamran Zaidi as Chief Country Officer in Pakistan

Deutsche Bank announces today the appointment of Syed Kamran Zaidi as Chief Country Officer (CCO) for Pakistan and General Manager of Deutsche Bank AG Karachi Branch.

Deutsche Bank announces today the appointment of Syed Kamran Zaidi as Chief Country Officer (CCO) for Pakistan and General Manager of Deutsche Bank AG Karachi Branch.


Commenting on the appointment, Kees Hoving, Co-Chief Executive Officer (Co-CEO) for Middle East and Africa (MEA), said: “Kamran’s appointment confirms the criticality of Pakistan in our award winning global network. Servicing our global clients with our committed and experienced colleagues is what we do best. We wish him all the best with our full support to further build this important country in our growing Middle East and& Africa franchise.”

Kamran joined Deutsche Bank Pakistan in 1997 as a trainee and has over 25-years of experience across Trade Finance, Corporate Cash Management and Coverage.

Deutsche Bank established its first presence in Pakistan 60 years ago in 1962. Today, Deutsche Bank employs close to 100 staff in its Karachi and Lahore branches. With a strong local presence, Deutsche Bank offers Pakistan-based clients with a wide range of Corporate and Investment Bank products and services, including foreign exchange, fixed income sales and trading, cash management, trade finance and treasury solutions for corporates (current, saving and deposit accounts, overdraft facilities, structured and vanilla trade finance solutions, etc).

Having access to the expertise of the bank’s regional and global teams, Deutsche Bank Pakistan also offer corporate clients based in the country corporate finance solutions, M&A advice, debt and equity capital market products (both conventional and ESG compliant) and structured trade finance solutions.

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Deutsche Bank AG Media Relations
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