Deutsche Bank (XETRA: DBKGn.DE / NYSE: DB) has decided to concentrate the listing of its shares onto the stock exchange locations of Germany and New York. These locations together accounted for approximately 99% of the trading volume during 2005, and thus offer full access to liquidity for investors trading in the Deutsche Bank share. Simultaneously Deutsche Bank will simplify its Global Registered Share listing arrangements by delisting in other locations.
As a result Deutsche Bank has launched a program to terminate the listing of its shares on the stock exchanges in Amsterdam, Brussels, London, Luxembourg, Paris, Tokyo, Vienna, and Zurich. The first of these delistings has been approved by the Vienna Stock Exchange and will become effective on 30 June 2006.