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Deutsche Bank PWM hires Allied Irish Bank Scottish wealth head

Deutsche Bank PWM hires Allied Irish Bank Scottish wealth head
Deutsche Bank Private Wealth Management UK has recruited Patrick Caves as director and lending relationship manager for its Glasgow office.

In his new role Caves will work on growing lending business by leveraging PWM’s balance sheet and giving clients the opportunity to borrow against a broad range of assets.

Caves joins the firm from Allied Irish Bank, where he was head of private banking in Scotland and then corporate business development manager. He also spent eight years as a private banking partner with Clydesdale.

He holds a BSc from Dundee University and an MBA from Strathclyde Graduate Business School.

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