Stefan Krause has been named as the next chief financial officer of Deutsche Bank - he will succeed Anthony di Iorio on his retirement on October 1.
Krause will also join the management board of Deutsche Bank on April 1.
Most recently he was a member of the management board of German automobile maker BMW, where he also served as chief financial officer from May 2002 until September 2007 and was subsequently responsible for sales and marketing.
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