Deutsche Bank has appointed two Trade Finance & Cash Management for Corporates (TF/CMC) Country Heads, strengthening the management of its growing business in ASEAN countries. They will be responsible for developing and executing the overall TF/CMC business strategy in their respective countries.
Novianti Hardi will assume the role of Head of TF/CMC in Indonesia. Based in Jakarta, Novianti will report to Kaushik Shaparia, Asia Pacific Head of TF/CMC regionally, and locally to Elwin Karyadi, Head of Global Transaction Banking − Indonesia. Novianti has over 23 years of experience in the banking industry, in various roles spanning across project management, finance and securities solutions for SMEs, customer relationship management, product management, and most recently in cash management and trade finance.
Chintan Shah has been appointed Head of TF/CMC in Malaysia. Chintan has also joined the Asia Pacific Trade & Cash Solutions (TCS) team where he has regional leadership of Deutsche Bank’s efforts to create innovative and value-added cash management deal structures for corporate clients across the region. Previously, Chintan was Head of Cash Management for Corporates in India. For his role as Malaysia Head of TF/CMC, Chintan will report regionally to Kaushik Shaparia, and for his TCS role, he will report to Suman Chaki, Regional Head of TCS.
In addition, Rosalina Lazuardi has been appointed Head of Global Network Banking, Indonesia. In this role, Rosalina will oversee client coverage for the Bank’s MNC clients operating in Indonesia. Rosalina is a seasoned banker with extensive relationship management and credit experience. Rosalina will report locally to Novianti Hardi and regionally to Arnd Weckes, Asia Pacific Head of Global Network Banking.
Deutsche Bank’s Kaushik Shaparia said: “We are pleased to make these new leadership appointments in the ASEAN region. Through our local presence, expertise and market advocacy efforts, Deutsche Bank has become a pre-eminent global transaction bank in the ASEAN region. We look forward to continuing to grow our franchise in these strategic markets, and to helping our corporate clients with their cross-border trade and cash management needs in this rapidly changing environment.”