Deutsche Bank has appointed Lilian Camara as head of client development for multinational corporates in Latin America.
She will support client coverage in the multinational space, providing expertise in trade finance and corporate cash management solutions, a bank spokesperson tells GTR.
Camara joins the bank following a 14-year career at Citigroup, where she most recently held the position of director and team leader of its global subsidiaries group, covering corporate clients in the consumer, telecommunications and agrochemicals industries, amongst others.
Her new role will be based in Sao Paulo. Camara will report to head of global transaction banking for Latin America and head of trade finance and cash management corporates for the region, Kika Ricciardi.
“Lilian’s decades of experience as a senior relationship manager across a broad range of corporate clients operating in Latin America position her well to further develop our trade finance and cash management offering to multinational corporates in the region,” says Ricciardi.