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Paris Moves On From Deutsche Bank

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David Paris has left Deutsche Bank where he was global head of information management services within the bank’s global technology and operations group, based in London. In this role he had worked on the data management initiatives focused on meeting regulatory requirements of KYC and Anti-Money Laundering. No word yet on where he plans to move to.

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