Thursday October 22, 2020

Deutsche Bank names Fiona Gallagher as new Irish MD

Gallagher has been with the German bank since 2004

7th June, 2017
Deutsche Bank has named Fiona Gallagher as its new Irish country head Pic: Getty

Deutsche Bank has appointed Fiona Gallagher as managing director and chief country officer of its Irish operations.

Gallagher, who joined the German bank in 2004, most recently served as head of Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA) for its global securities services. A graduate of UCD's Michael Smurfit School, she worked for Barclays in New York and London as well as Merrill Lynch before joining Deutsche Bank.

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