Vistagen Therapeutics Inc (NASDAQ: VTGN) inducted Mary L. Rotunno into its director board. She will contribute over 30 years of experience to the company.
Advances mental health
Mary began her career as a registered nurse serving the patients. She later transitioned into serving the customers in healthcare law. As a result, Mary continued to help others and played an essential role in advancing wellness and mental health future.
VisaGen’s CEO, Shwan Singh, said Mary has an extensive track record in advocating for healthcare providers and patients. She will play a vital role in providing valuable and deep insights to create value-based care strategies.
Mary will also help to understand the mental healthcare experience. In her previous stints, she also worked as an advisor on compliance, regulatory and complex governance requirements for several firms.
Mary’s skill and strategic vision, and risk management expertise are essential to advance corporate development into the next phase. In addition, it helps the company chalks out a plan to strengthen its position in ensuring the well-being and boosting the mental health of individuals.
Mary is currently working as an Executive Leadership Team’s member and General Counsel at a health care system – El Camino Health, which generates revenues of $1 billion.
Deutsche Bank AG (NYSE: DB) Recruits Jeffrey Wong To Head Its Hong Kong Investment Banking
Deutsche Bank AG (NYSE: DB) inducted Jeffery Wong as ts Hong Kong Investment banking division head. He previously worked for over ten years in Hong Kong with Goldman Sachs serving corporate clients.
Wong recently played an essential role in the divestment of the business of Mead Johnson’s Greater China to Primavera.
Inducts five wealth managers
Deutsche Bank recently inducted five wealth managers to develop Swiss-based PBB (Private Banking Business). It plans to serve wealthy Northern European and British customers.
Raoul Zehnder will lead the wealth managers team poached from UBS to serve the family offices and ultra-rich customers. The bank yearns to improve its share in the market for Northern Europe and British money.
Today’s announcement of hiring key managers shows the sign of Deutsche Bank in strengthening its EMEA Wealth Management business. The bank will add more executives in the future to promote its growth and serve clients in the region.