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Frankfurt am Main, January 29, 2004

Deutsche Bank to outsource procurement to Accenture

Deutsche Bank (XETRA: DBKGn.DE / NYSE: DB) has signed a master services agreement with Accenture to enter into a business process outsourcing relationship for Corporate Purchasing and Accounts Payable services worldwide.  The terms and conditions of the contract were not disclosed.

Accenture will provide resources such as state-of-the-art systems, tools and processes to manage the entire procure-to-pay process. Deutsche Bank will retain responsibility over supplier selection and supplier relationships, as well as approvals and authorisations for purchasing activities and payment.

The global framework agreement reached with Accenture will be followed by individual country agreements due specific local processes throughout 2004.

This initiative is in line with Deutsche Bank’s strategy to concentrate on its core competencies.

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