Fritz Philipps, a graduate of the Institute d’Etudes Politiques (IEP) de Paris, started his career in the Corporate Banking department of Deutsche Bank AG (Frankfurt branch) in 1990; he was initially trained as a Credit Analyst and became a Senior Relationship Manager for large corporations.
After a short stint abroad, Mr. Philipps re-joined Deutsche Bank (DB) in 1998, to take on a senior sales role in DB’s newly created Corporate Cash Management (CMC) area. Having successfully filled various front-office roles in CMC Sales, he moved to work on DB’s innovative Supply Chain Finance proposition in 2006, which he helped to launch successfully in the EMEA region. In the past 10 years, Mr. Philipps took on various expansion-driven roles within DB’s Global Transaction Banking division.
Before transferring to Mauritius on April 1st 2015, Fritz was based in Frankfurt am Main, where he worked as a project coordinator for country expansion and a subject-matter-expert for Supply Chain Finance, in Global Product Management for Trade Finance. On April 1st 2015, Mr. Philipps transferred to Mauritius to take up the positions of Head of Transaction Banking, Chief Country Officer (CCO) and General Manager of Deutsche Bank (Mauritius) Limited.