Trinkl joins from Lingohr & Partner Asset Management, where he had been head of institutional clients Middle East, Africa & Australia since 2012. He has spent the last 18 years on the ground in the Middle East and counts HSBC, ADIC and ADIA among his former employers.
Trinkl will be based in Dubai, where he holds the title head of institutional asset management MENA, Global Client Group, and will be responsible for Deutsche Asset & Wealth Management´s institutional asset management team in the MENA region.
He reports functionally to Barbara Rupf Bee, head of global client group EMEA and from a local regulatory management perspective to Nadeem Masud, chief country officer, Deutsche Bank AG UAE.
“The deployment of such a well recognised regional industry professional is further evidence of Deutsche Bank Group’s commitment to the Middle East and North Africa and its belief in the great potential of the market here,” Masud said.
Rupf Bee said: “We are delighted to bring the expertise and informed perspective of an accomplished and knowledgeable asset management executive of Albert’s experience into our organisation.”