Clarke will be responsible for supporting the bank’s global financial intermediary business (FIM), taking on additional responsibility for strategy and service development for the FIM teams in the Channel Islands, Switzerland, the Cayman Islands and New York.
She joined Deutsche Bank in 2004, working in the finance department and in business management before moving to the financial intermediaries business in June 2008.
Buxton will take on new responsibilities in building business with intermediaries based predominantly in the Channel Islands as well as the UK, Ireland and Europe. He will also be expected to help grow the Channel Islands custody business for intermediaries and act as a conduit to the investment bank.
Prior to joining Deutsche Bank in 1997, Buxton spent several years with HSBC and Kleinwort Benson.
Andreas Tautscher, chief country officer for Deutsche Bank Channel Islands, said the appointments came as the bank targeted further growth in the FIM business.
“Having performed positively in recent months, our financial intermediaries business in the Channel Islands is continuing to provider opportunities for growth this year, particularly in the custody area, where we see significant scope for expansion in the coming months and years.”