he unit comprises the functions of WpHG (German Securities Trading Act) compliance, AML and anti-fraud as well as MaRisk compliance.
Ulrike Daus has been appointed as the General Manager of the newly established Compliance unit and will assume her position in July 2018. The unit comprises the functions of WpHG (German Securities Trading Act) compliance, AML and anti-fraud as well as MaRisk compliance. In this role, Ulrike Daus will report to Dr Detlef Hosemann as the member of the Board of Managing Directors responsible for the Compliance unit.
Ulrike Daus began her career in 1995 as a trader in investment banking and has gained 20 years of experience in the financial sector. She was active for Commerzbank AG, Dekabank and the fund management company DWS for many years. Her expertise encompasses the business fields of capital markets, especially trading, treasury and structured products, as well as asset management and retail banking. In 2009, she changed to the regulatory side of Deutsche Bank and has since occupied a number of management positions in the bank’s division of Regulation, Compliance & Anti-Financial Crime.