No indication that this is Compliance-related; may just have been a personality conflict, or the continued shuffling of chairs under the new CEO. But it certainly goes to Governance, which is at least tangentially related to information governance.
“Deutsche Bank Dismisses an Executive,” The Wall Street Journal, October 26, 2018 B10. Bank dismisses its asset-management chief.
This may be just normal comings and goings. But when a company dismisses/fires a member of its management board, it makes the news (probably has to be disclosed to the market especially since the guy handled the public offering of a major unit). Especially when the company had fired its CEO earlier this year.
How is the rest of governance going there? How’s the culture? Is there a higher scrutiny of the bank this year? On a whole host of issues?