Michael Spiegel is the Head of Cash Management and the Regional Head of Global Transaction Banking (GTB) Germany at Deutsche Bank.

He is a member of the Corporate & Investment Banking Executive Committee and the Global Transaction Banking Executive Committee.

As Head of Cash Management, Michael is globally responsible for Cash and Liquidity Management solutions as well as related Foreign Exchange Management for Corporates and Financial Institutions. Furthermore, he oversees the bank lending activities in the German and Dutch mid-cap corporate portfolio. Under his leadership, Deutsche Bank facilitates the optimisation of the corporate and institutional clients’ treasury and payments. In this role, Michael carries full P&L responsibility and accountability for end-to-end business operations, and all governance and regulatory responsibilities.

With nearly thirty years of professional experience at Deutsche Bank and having held several senior positions across the globe (e.g. as the Head of Trade Finance / Cash Management Corporates), Michael has been instrumental in the strategic development and growth of the bank’s international corporate banking proposition. Under his leadership, the bank has won several excellence awards including: Best Global Trade Finance provider in 2016 and Best Cash Management provider in Western Europe provider for six consecutive years by Euromoney, as well as Best Treasury & Cash Management Bank in Asia Pacific by the Assets Triple A in 2016.

Michael’s previous roles in Trade Finance / Cash Management Corporates include responsibilities in EMEA and the Americas. He was the driving force behind the global roll‐out of Deutsche Bank's fully integrated vendor finance solution. Michael also oversaw the integration and restructuring of parts of the ABN AMRO commercial banking division in the Netherlands.

Prior to joining GTB, Michael served as a Global Relationship Manager where he co‐headed the consumer industry team at Deutsche Bank New York. In that role, he built profitable relationships with US domiciled Large-Cap clients worldwide. Michael also played a key role in building up Deutsche Bank’s presence in Vietnam, as well as developing business with Asian subsidiaries of the bank’s multinational clients. He began his professional career with Deutsche Bank’s Credit Risk Management Group in Germany.

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