NEW YORK --(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Deutsche Asset & Wealth Management (DeAWM) announced today that Brandt Daniel has joined the firm as a Managing Director and Private Banker. Based in Los Angeles , Daniel reports directly to Michael Davis , Managing Director and Head of the U.S. Private Bank for the West Coast region. With more than 15 years of industry experience, Daniel most recently was a Senior Vice President for Comerica Bank’s Wealth Management Division , where he managed the Orange County and San Diego Private Banking teams. Before that, Daniel held positions at City National Bank and Bank of America in Los Angeles . “We are excited for Brandt to join our team, as his extensive experience and deep relationships will be critical to expanding our business in the region,” Davis said. Deutsche Asset & Wealth Management With $1.28 trillion of assets under management (as of Dec 31, 2013 ), Deutsche Asset & Wealth Managementą is one of the world's leading investment organizations. Deutsche Asset & Wealth Management offers individuals and institutions traditional and alternative investments across all major asset classes. It also provides tailored wealth management solutions and private banking services to high-net-worth individuals and family offices. Deutsche Asset & Wealth Management is the brand name of the Asset & Wealth Management division of the Deutsche Bank Group . The legal entities offering products or services under the Deutsche Asset & Wealth Management brand are listed in contracts, sales materials and other product information documents. Deutsche Asset & Wealth Management Catherine Wooters , +1 212-250-2790 email@example.com Source: Deutsche Asset & Wealth Management
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