Jennifer Scott-Gray is set to replace Naomi Flutter at the helm of Deutsche Bank’s Australia global transaction banking (GTB) desk.
Scott-Gray, who begins her role in May, will be based in Sydney and report jointly to Deutsche Bank Australia’s CEO Anthony Miller and David Lynne, head of fixed income and currencies and head of GTB for Asia Pacific.
Scott-Gray makes the move to the bank from Westpac, where she was most recently global head of trade finance sales and previously head of trade finance Australia.
From 2010 to 2014, Scott-Gray worked in treasury and trade services at Citibank. Before that, she worked for BNY Mellon for five years in business development and marketing and in transaction management.
Meanwhile, Flutter left Deutsche Bank in August to become executive general manager for corporate affairs of Wesfarmers in Perth, after five years as Australia head of GTB and 20 years with the bank.
Commenting on Scott-Gray’s appointment, Miller says: “Jennifer is a highly credentialed banker and brings extensive experience working with multinational corporates in the area of cash management and trade finance. She will be a great asset not only to GTB but to the firm more broadly.”