The pipeline cleaner


Liquidity risk has been the main thing on Chris Whitman's mind since being appointed Deutsche Bank's group treasurer in January this year. In his new role, the bank's former head of debt capital management in North America is now responsible for Deutsche's multi-billion-dollar money pipeline - in essence, overseeing the sourcing and allocation of capital. "The worst thing that could happen to me is to wake up and find we are not sufficiently liquid," he says.

The pipeline starts with Deutsche

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