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Governance at Deutsche Bank

Responsible governance which is oriented towards creating values is a precondition for our international success. Deutsche Bank is committed to sustainable risk management and supports measures designed to increase the resilience of financial markets and institutions in crisis situations. This includes greater transparency and a commitment to acting responsibly.

We are aware that risks to our own reputation may arise from business activities that have a negative impact on the environment and society. We have therefore clearly set out our expectations for the internal management of such reputational risks in our Group-wide Reputational Risk Management Policy. Legal sanctions as well as financial or reputational damage are to be prevented by our anti-money-laundering program and a global program to prevent corruption.

"Socially Responsible Investing" (SRI) is becoming an ever more important issue on the financial markets. At the same time, compliance with SRI criteria has become increasingly important for companies. In response to these trends, Deutsche Bank integrates sustainability criteria into its asset management activities.

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Last Update: August 13, 2012
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