Vikas Arora assumes role of Sri Lanka’s Chief Country Officer of Deutsche Bank

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Apr 02, 2019 (LBO) – Vikas Arora has assumed the role of Sri Lanka’s Chief Country Officer and General Manager of Deutsche Bank AG Colombo Branch effective 1 April 2019, in addition to his role as Head of Global Transaction Banking and Head of Global Subsidiary Coverage for Sri Lanka.

The bank said in a statement that Vikas has spent over 22 years with Deutsche Bank and has previously held senior management roles in India, Thailand, and the Philippines.

“We are confident that with his extensive experience throughout the region in transaction banking, Vikas is ideally equipped to further develop our business in Sri Lanka,” the statement said.

“Vikas will report into Werner Steinmueller for his role as Chief Country Officer for Sri Lanka.”

After a career of over 37 years with Deutsche Bank and 14 years as Sri Lanka Chief Country Officer, Rohan Rodrigo will be retiring from the bank at the end of March 2019.