Anthony Miller, CEO for Deutsche Bank Australia, said: “Jennifer is a highly credentialed banker and brings extensive experience working with multinational corporates in the area of cash management and trade finance. She will be a great asset not only to GTB but to the firm more broadly.”
Scott-Gray most recently held the role of Global Head of Trade Finance Sales at Westpac Institutional Bank. Prior to that, she worked in Treasury and Trade Services at Citibank. Singapore-based David Lynne, Head of Fixed Income & Currencies and Head of GTB for APAC, said “GTB is a core strength of the bank globally and a critical element of our offering to clients. We believe there is a significant opportunity to expand the business and our product offering in Australia and are confident that Jennifer has the skills and leadership necessary to drive the business forward.”
Scott-Gray begins her new role in May 2019 and will be based in Sydney reporting jointly to Millerand Lynne.
Deutsche Bank’s GTB business supports multinational companies and the international banking needs of Australian corporates and financial institutions across Cash Management, Trade Finance and Trust and Agency Services. Last year, GTB launched TraCRs, a first of a kind product offering Australian investors access to some of the largest US listed equities.
Scott-Gray was most recently Global Head of Trade Finance Sales at Westpac Institutional Bank. She also held the position of Global Head of Trade Finance for Australia while there. From 2010 to 2014, Scott-Gray worked in Treasury and Trade Services at Citibank. Prior to that, she worked for BNY Mellon in Business Development & Marketing and as Legal Counsel, Head of Transaction Management (2005-2010). She began her career as a lawyer. She has a Bachelor of Law from the University of Sydney and a Bachelor of Arts from the University of New England.
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