Frankfurt, 27. März 2014

Deutsche Bank completes sale of BHF-BANK

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Deutsche Bank (XETRA: DBKGn.DE / NYSE: DB) announced today that it has closed the sale of BHF-BANK to Kleinwort Benson Group and RHJ International.

Deutsche Bank will receive total consideration subject to closing purchase price adjustments of EUR 340 million, comprised of EUR 309 million in cash and EUR 31 million in RHJ International shares issued at par value.

BHF-BANK was previously held in the Non-Core Operations Unit (NCOU).

The sale will result in a CRD4 exposure reduction of approximately EUR 6 billion and will have a net positive impact on the Bank's CRD4 pro-forma fully loaded common equity tier 1 ratio of approximately five basis points in the first quarter of 2014.

Stefan Krause, Chief Financial Officer of Deutsche Bank, said: “We are pleased to complete this transaction which is the largest asset disposal transaction to date for the NCOU. This further demonstrates the Bank's commitment to reducing non-core legacy positions and associated risk in a capital efficient manner.”

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