Deutsche Bank restructures the private banking leadership with the appointment of Susana Valero as head of the subsidiary in Spain

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Deutsche Bank continues with its clear commitment to grow in private banking in Spain and has announced the reorganization of the management leadership of the high net worth management part in our country this Wednesday. Susana Valero, former UBS, will assume the direction of Private Bank in Spain under the command of Íñigo Martos, CEO and head of private banking at the bank for southern Europe, in Spain and Italy, and Belgium.

The bank assures that this appointment responds to “the purpose of continuing with the strategic commitment of being the reference bank for business families, high net worth and affluent clients in the country.” Valero will join the Executive Committee of the bank in Spain. Until her appointment, the new director of Private Bank was Regional Head of Products and Advisory & Sales in Spain. She joined Deutsche Bank in 2022 with more than 20 years of experience in various senior positions in national and international banks, such as UBS, in an intense transfer work carried out by the bank. She has a degree in Business Administration (Actuarial) from the Complutense University of Madrid and has a CECA master’s degree in financial markets.

But it is not the only change announced by the entity. Deutsche Bank will also add two more women to its management positions. Amelia Hortelano will be in charge of Banking, Lending, Investment Solutions (BLIS) together with Manuela Maccia, located in Milan. For her part, María González-Adalid assumes the new role of Chief Operating Officer for Private Bank Italy, Spain and Belgium, in addition to her role as Country COO of Deutsche Bank in Spain.

Both have developed their careers within Deutsche Bank. Amelia joined the bank in 2007 as Senior Credit Risk Analyst, after holding various positions of responsibility in the Risk area, she was named Head of Leding and Credit Products for the Private Bank in Spain. For her part, María joined Deutsche Bank in 2006 as a Senior Lawyer, after a successful career in the Legal Department she was appointed Chief Administrative Officer of Private Bank in Spain, a position she held until her appointment as COO of Deutsche Bank Spain in July last year.

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