Deutsche Bank has announced two new senior appointments to deepen expertise in its discretionary portfolio management (DPM) offering in Asia-Pacific.
Stefanie Holtze-Jen has been named as head of DPM, Asia-Pacific, and Harsh Agarwal as DPM head of fixed income, Asia.
Based in Singapore, Holtze-Jen will continue in her role as chief investment officer, Asia-Pacific. She will report into Tuan Huynh, global head of DPM, in addition to her CIO reporting line. DPM is a core part of Deutsche Bank’s international private bank business.
In his new role, Agarwal will report to Holtze-Jen. Agarwal joined Deutsche Bank in 2013 and has more than 15 years of experience in the fixed-income markets, spanning local currency credits, investment grade, high yield, distressed debt, and convertible bonds.
He was most recently co-head of APAC credit desk strategy, and a senior member of the global credit trading team in the investment bank. Agarwal is a chartered accountant, chartered financial analyst, and received his MBA from the Indian Institute of Management.