Chief Financial Officer, Deutsche Bank
Stephen M. Kellen Distinguished Visitor - Class of Fall 2019
James von Moltke has been the chief financial officer and member of the management board of Deutsche Bank AG since July 2017. Prior, he was the treasurer of Citigroup, where he played a significant role in the company’s restructuring following the 2008 global financial crisis. Moltke has also worked at Morgan Stanley, where he led the Financial Technology Advisory team, and he spent ten years at J.P. Morgan, working in both New York and Hong Kong.
Moltke is a member of the Exchange Councils of Eurex and the Frankfurt Stock Exchange, and he serves on the board of directors of the American Chamber of Commerce in Germany and the Center for Financial Studies, in Frankfurt. A member of the steering committee on Regulatory Capital at the Institute of International Finance, in Washington, DC, he represents Deutsche Bank on the executive board of the Deutsche Aktieninstitut and serves on the board of directors of Atlantik-Brücke.
Born in Heidelberg, Moltke is a dual citizen of Germany and Australia and received his bachelor’s degree from New College, Oxford.