Stuart LewisChief Risk Officer and Member of the Management Board at Deutsche Bank
Stuart was appointed to the Management Board of Deutsche Bank as Chief Risk Officer in June 2012. In July 2019 he assumed responsibility for Compliance, Anti-Financial Crime and the Business Selection and Conflicts Office in addition to gaining responsibility for the UK and Ireland.
Since joining Deutsche Bank in 1996, he has held senior roles including Global Chief Credit Officer, Global Head of Loan Exposure Management Group and Chief Credit Officer for Asia Pacific. Most recently, he was Deputy Chief Risk Officer and Chief Risk Officer for the Corporate and Investment Bank. He was previously Head of European Credit Risk Management at Credit Suisse.
In 2013 Stuart was elected to the Global Association of Risk Professionals (GARP) Board of Trustees. He is also a Member of the Foundation Board of the International Financial Risk Institute (IFRI) and served as Chair from 2016 to 2018.
Stuart is a visiting Professor at the Finance Department of the London School of Economics (LSE). He helped establish and advised on the content of the MSc Risk and Finance Programme, where he is a regular speaker. He also works in partnership with the LSE’s internationally renowned Financial Market Group as a member of the Advisory Council and through his support of the Deutsche Bank Doctoral Fellowship Programme.
Stuart attended the University of Dundee where he obtained an LLB (Hons). He also holds a LLM (Merit) from the London School of Economics and took the Law Society finals examinations at the College of Law, Guildford.