Analysts and Consensus Report

Consensus Report



To the best of our knowledge, the following sell-side analysts cover Deutsche Bank via written research on a regular basis:

Sell-side analysts contributing to the consensus report

Institute Analyst
Autonomous Research Stuart Graham
Bank of America Rohith Chandra-Rajan
Barclays Amit Goel
Credit Suisse Jon Peace
Exane BNP Paribas Jeremy Sigee
Goldman Sachs Jernej Omahen
HSBC Piers Brown
JP Morgan Cazenove Kian Abouhossein
Keefe, Bruyette & Woods Thomas Hallett
Kepler Cheuvreux Nicolas Payen
Metzler Jochen Schmitt
RBC Anke Reingen
UBS Daniele Brupbacher

Other sell-side analysts

Institute Analyst
Bankhaus Lampe Neil Smith
Berenberg Eoin Mullany
Citigroup Andrew Coombs
Commerzbank Christoph Blieffert
DZ Bank AG Timo Dums
equinet Bank AG Dr. Philipp Hässler
fairesearch / Alpha Value Dieter Hein
Independent Research Jan Lennertz
Mediobanca Adam Terelak
Morgan Stanley Magdalena Stoklosa, Izabel Dobreva
Oddo Securities Jean Sassus
Redburn Nicholas Watts
Santander Aurelia Faure
Société Générale Andrew Lim
Warburg Research Andreas Pläsier

Note: This list may not be complete and may change from time to time. We update the list periodically, but undertake no obligation to do so. Any opinions, estimates or forecasts made by these analysts on Deutsche Bank's performance are not opinions, forecasts or predictions of Deutsche Bank or its management. By providing the list above, Deutsche Bank does not imply its endorsement of or concurrence with such information, conclusions or recommendations. Copies of reports by any of the listed analysts must be obtained directly from the analysts or their firms. Deutsche Bank does not distribute such reports.

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