Deutsche Bank appoints Mary Campbell as Ireland chief

Irish Times | Oct 21, 2019 at 6:14 AM
  • Deutsche Bank has appointed a long-time senior Irish executive with the group, Mary Campbell, as the head of its operation in Ireland after previous incumbent Fiona Gallagher quit to head US banking giant Wells Fargo’s European arm from Dublin.
  • Ms Campbell joined Deutsche Bank as part of its $10.1 billion (€9.1 billion) purchase in 1998 of New York-based Bankers Trust, where she had been working for the previous two years.
  • The executive has held multiple global roles from Deutsche Bank’s operations in Dublin, Frankfurt and London over the past two decades, including leading cash management operations in Germany and the UK, as well as running global transaction banking for the group.