Deutsche Bank’s global institutional asset management business, DB Advisors,  appointed Kyle Delaney as head of the division in the Americas.

Delaney, a managing director who is based in New York,  reports to Roelfien Kuijpers, global head of the firm.

Delaney will lead the continuing development of DB Advisors' business across the Americas and represent the firm with regional regulatory and industry organizations.

"Institutional investors in the Americas are increasingly seeking investment solutions across a wider range of asset classes and geographic regions,” Kuijpers said. “Kyle has a wealth of experience and extensive knowledge of the needs of investors in the Americas. He will work alongside our clients and assist them in utilizing DB Advisors’ global capabilities. He will also ensure that we continue to enhance the best-in-class service we offer our clients not only in the United States, but across the Americas region.”

Delaney was formerly with Deutsche Bank’s private wealth management division, where he was a regional head of private banking and a member of PWM's U.S. executive committee.

Before Deutsche Bank, he held sales and management positions at Bank of America Securities and Morgan Stanley, overseeing business operations in Asia, California and Washington DC. Before starting his career in financial services, he was a White House Military Aide to Presidents George Bush and Bill Clinton. He is a graduate of the United States Military Academy in West Point, New York.

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