Deutsche appoints ex-Linklaters partner as new legal chief as co-GCs prepare to leave bank

EMEA legal chief Florian Drinhausen to become bank's sole GC next year

Deutsche Bank has appointed EMEA general counsel Florian Drinhausen to the top legal role at the bank, ahead of the departure of current co-GCs Christof von Dryander and Simon Dodds next year.

Drinhausen has been at Deutsche since joining from Linklaters in 2014. He spent almost 10 years as a partner at the magic circle firm, where he was one of the firm’s global telecommunications, media and technology sector leaders .

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