DWS Scudder, the US retail brand name for Deutsche Bank’s asset management division DeAM, has appointed Regis Amarger as chairman and head of the Americas investment risk oversight committee for equity and fixed-income strategies in New York.Amarger comes from Goldman Sachs, where he was a senior market risk manager. In his new position, he will be responsible for risk management within investment portfolios, and will report locally to Axel Schwarzer, head of DeAM Americas and DWS Scudder.
As well as joining the Americas board, Amarger will become a member of both the global equity risk oversight and global fixed-income oversight committees of DeAM, reporting in that capacity directly to Kevin Parker, global head of the asset management group and member of the group executive committee of Deutsche Bank.
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