Karin Dohm heads the Regulatory Affairs department of Deutsche Bank which comprises Regulatory Policy, Regulatory Strategy and Oversight as well as Group Structuring, which she already manages since the end of 2015. In that capacity she drives DB’s regulatory strategy and engagement with key regulators and policymakers. She also provides thought leadership on the reconfiguration of the Group addressing Deutsche Bank’s legal entity structure for operating and service entities as well as its booking model. Before taking on this role she was the CFO for the Global Transaction Banking of Deutsche Bank and previously she was the Head of Group financial and regulatory reporting of DB Group. Before joining Deutsche Bank in 2011, Karin Dohm was a Partner at Deloitte. She has vast experience from more than fifteen years as an auditor and tax advisor in transaction advisory services, optimising internal and external reporting processes and auditing the financial statements of clients such as financial services institutions, investment firms, as well as real estate and travel and leisure companies. In Addition, Karin represents DB in a number of outside industry related bodies, such as the Board of the European Financial Reporting Advisory Group (EFRAG), the Association of German Banks (BDB) and the European Banking Federation (EBF). Outside of DB, Karin is a member of the Supervisory Board of Metro Group, a publicly listed MDAX company that unites a group of independent sales brands under one roof, such as Metro/Makro Cash & Carry, Media Markt, Saturn. She is also vice-chair of the Supervisory Board and head of the Audit Committee of Deutsche Euroshop AG, another MDAX listed company that invests solely in shopping centres. Karin Dohm studied Economics, Politics and Philosophy in Münster, Saragossa and Berlin.