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Disclosures

European Union Regulatory Background

Under European Union law, banks and investment firms are required to obtain authorization from their relevant supervisory authority in order to carry out regulated banking and investment service activities.

Within the European Economic Area (“EEA”), authorization to undertake these activities is obtained from the supervisory authority of the country where a bank has its head office (the “home state authority”). In some cases the home state authority will comprise more than one supervisory authority.

The home state authority is responsible for supervising banks’ systems and controls, their financial adequacy and their overall conduct. In addition, the home state authority is responsible for investor compensation and depositor protection schemes.

Banks may offer banking and investment services in other EEA member states (known as “host states”) under a so-called “European Passport”.

This passport, which specifies permitted activities, is granted by the home state authority. The presence of such a bank in the host state – provided it is not a separate legal entity from the bank – is referred to as a “branch” (under Article 4(3) of the Banking Consolidation Directive (Recast) (2006/48/EC)).

EEA member state supervisory authorities are required to maintain public registers of banks authorized to carry out activities in their jurisdiction.

A host state authority will rely on the home state authority to ensure that the systems, controls and financial adequacy of a bank are in good order. To the extent that activities are carried out within its jurisdiction, the host state authority supervises the conduct of banks. This includes, for example, rules on treating clients fairly and rules governing a bank’s conduct in the securities market.

 

Corporate and Regulatory Disclosures

Deutsche Bank Group

Deutsche Bank Group comprises Deutsche Bank Aktiengesellschaft (“Deutsche Bank AG” or “the Bank”), together with its subsidiaries. The Bank and those subsidiaries are authorized and/or regulated by regulatory authorities in their country of incorporation as well as, in some instances, by regulatory authorities in other jurisdictions. The Bank’s subsidiaries include banks, securities companies and financial services providers.

The following links will take you to corporate and regulatory disclosures relating to selected Deutsche Bank Group subsidiaries registered and/or incorporated in the European Union:
Austria
Belgium
Czech Republic
Denmark
Finland
France
Greece
Germany
Hungary
Ireland
Italy
Luxembourg
Malta
Netherlands
Poland
Spain
Sweden
United Kingdom

The following links will bring you to corporate and regulatory disclosures for selected Deutsche Bank Group subsidiaries in:
Norway
Switzerland


About Deutsche Bank AG

Switzerland

Deutsche Bank (Suisse) SA
Place des Bergues 3, 1201 Geneva
Registered in Geneva (headquarter), commercial registration number: CH-660.0.537.980-4
VAT number: CHE-116.272.898

Deutsche Bank AG, Zurich Branch
Uraniastrasse 9, 8001 Zurich
Registered in Zurich, commercial registration number: CH-020.9.001.394-5
VAT number: CHE-105.690.694
Branch of Deutsche Bank Aktiengesellschaft domiciled in Frankfurt am Main • HRB No 30 000 • Frankfurt am Main, Local Court

Deutsche Asset Management Schweiz AG
Prime Tower, Hardstrasse 201, 8005 Zurich
Registered in Zurich, commercial registration number: CH-020.3.005.312-9
VAT number: CHE-107.642.878

DWS Schweiz GmbH
Prime Tower, Hardstrasse 201, 8005 Zurich
Registered in Zurich, commercial registration number: CH-020.4.037.638-4
VAT number: CHE-114.275.650

Deutsche Fiduciary Services (Suisse) SA
Place des Bergues 3, 1201 Geneva
Registered in Geneva, commercial registration number: CH-660.0.407.981-0
VAT number: CHE-103.176.653

Bank Sal. Oppenheim jr. & Cie. (Schweiz) AG
Uraniastrasse 28, 8001 Zurich
Registered in Zurich (headquarter), commercial registration number: CH-020.3.902.748-3
VAT number: CHE-100.684.367

Deutsche Bank (Suisse) SA
Place des Bergues 3, 1201 Genf
Eingetragen in Genf (Zentrale), Handelsregisternummer: CH-660.0.537.980-4
Mehrwertsteuernummer (MWST): CHE-116.272.898

Deutsche Bank AG, Filiale Zürich
Uraniastrasse 9, 8001 Zürich
Eingetragen in Zürich, Handelsregisternummer: CH-020.9.001.394-5
Mehrwertsteuernummer (MWST): CHE-105.690.694
Zweigniederlassung der Deutsche Bank Aktiengesellschaft mit Hauptsitz in Frankfurt am Main, Deutschland • HRB Nr. 30 000 • Amtsgericht Frankfurt am Main

Deutsche Asset Management Schweiz AG
Prime Tower, Hardstrasse 201, 8005 Zürich
Eingetragen in Zürich, Handelsregisternummer: CH-020.3.005.312-9
Mehrwertsteuernummer (MWST): CHE-107.642.878

DWS Schweiz GmbH
Prime Tower, Hardstrasse 201, 8005 Zürich
Eingetragen in Zürich, Handelsregisternummer: CH-020.4.037.638-4
Mehrwertsteuernummer (MWST): CHE-114.275.650

Deutsche Fiduciary Services (Suisse) SA
Place des Bergues 3, 1201 Genf
Eingetragen in Genf, Handelsregisternummer: CH-660.0.407.981-0
Mehrwertsteuernummer (MWST): CHE-103.176.653

Bank Sal. Oppenheim jr. & Cie. (Schweiz) AG
Uraniastrasse 28, 8001 Zürich
Eingetragen in Zürich (Zentrale), Handelsregisternummer: CH-020.3.902.748-3
Mehrwertsteuernummer (MWST): CHE-100.684.367

 

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