To help fight the funding of terrorism and money laundering activities, Deutsche Bank (US) obtains, verifies, and records information that identifies each person who, and entity that, opens an account with the Firm.
What does this mean for you? When you open an account, we will ask you for your name, address, date of birth and other information that will allow us to identify you. We may also ask to see a driver's license, passport, or other identifying documents from you.
Pursuant to the USA PATRIOT Act and final rules issued by the U.S. Department of the Treasury, a U.S. bank or a U.S. broker-dealer in securities (a "Covered Financial Institution") is required to obtain certain information from any "Foreign Bank" that maintains a correspondent account with it.
As permitted by the final rules, Deutsche Bank AG has prepared a Global Certification for use by any financial institution that believes it requires a Patriot Act Certification from Deutsche Bank AG or one of its branches or listed subsidiaries. Please use this Certification instead of asking Deutsche Bank AG or one of its branches or listed subsidiaries to complete a separate Certification form.
Deutsche Bank AG Global Certification regarding Correspondent Accounts for Deutsche Bank AG accounts or those of Deutsche Bank AG branches and the listed subsidiaries
List of all Deutsche Bank AG Branches and selected subsidiaries covered by the certification
(If you cannot find the subsidiary you do business with in the attached list, please contact the subsidiary directly.)
Articles of Association of Deutsche Bank AG
Deutsche Bank AG Reports
Global Anti-Money Laundering Policy
General Statement on Observance of Anti-Money Laundering Requirements
If you require a proof of banking license, we suggest you consult EUR-Lex, where the European Commission regularly publishes a list of all credit institutions authorized to do business in Member States.
List of credit institutions published by EUR-Lex