Deutsche Bank continues to shuffle its internal leadership focused on legal and regulatory issues, following several years of financial crime allegations and fines by U.S. and German authorities.

Joseph Salama, who was the bank’s U.S. general counsel, will become the global head of anti-financial crime (AFC) as well as its group anti-money laundering officer, effective July 1. He will work out of the bank’s New York and Frankfurt offices. In the new role, he will report to Stefan Simon, the bank’s chief administrative officer and become a part of the executive committee.