Best Execution and Execution Quality Reports

This page shows Deutsche Bank AG’s (“Deutsche Bank”) response to Delegated Regulation “(EU) 2017/575” (“RTS 27 Reports”) and Delegated Regulation “(EU) 2017/576” (“RTS 28 Reports”).

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Deutsche Bank has prepared these reports (“RTS 27 Reports”) in order to meet its regulatory obligations under Commission Delegated Regulation (EU) 2017/575 of 8 June 2016 (“Delegated Regulation”) supplementing Directive 2014/65/EU of the European Parliament and of the Council on markets in financial instruments (“MIFID2”) with regard to regulatory technical standards concerning the data to be published by execution venues on the quality of execution of transactions.

With effect from 1st January 2021, the Delegated Regulation, so far as operative at that time, will form part of the domestic laws of the United Kingdom. Accordingly, with effect from such date, references to the Delegated Regulation (and to RTS 27 Reports) shall include the Delegated Regulation (and reports made under it) both as it forms part of the European Union Law and as it will form part of the domestic laws of the United Kingdom.

Nothing in the following text shall represent a disclaimer or qualification of Deutsche Bank’s obligations under MIFID2 or the Delegated Regulation or any other applicable regulatory requirement in relation to the RTS 27 Reports or to the accuracy of such information insofar as it relates solely to the satisfaction of such obligations.

Deutsche Bank’s RTS 27 Reports are based on the accuracy and completeness of internal data used to compile such RTS 27 Reports and the functionality of internal systems from which such data is acquired. No guarantee or warranty is made as to the accuracy and completeness of the internal data or systems used to compile the RTS 27 Reports, and to the extent permitted by law the RTS 27 Reports should not be relied upon as such.

Deutsche Bank reserves the right to update, amend, supplement, restate and/or republish RTS 27 Reports at any time.

To the extent permitted by law, Deutsche Bank does not accept any responsibility for or have any liability for any loss or damage arising from the use of the information in the RTS 27 Reports, whether caused by errors, inaccuracies or omissions in the data in any of the RTS 27 Reports or otherwise. The RTS 27 Reports neither represent an indicative or firm quote to transact further transactions nor the actual terms at which existing transactions could be liquidated or unwound, and may differ positively or negatively from the most recent valuation previously provided for any position(s) they reference or are derived from.

The RTS 27 Reports may vary significantly from similar information that may be provided by another dealer or credit institution, are not necessarily indicative of values carried on Deutsche Bank’s books and records and should not be relied upon by you for the valuation of your positions. You should make your own independent evaluation as to the appropriateness or otherwise of use of such information, whether in making investment decisions or otherwise.

RTS 27 Reports (Q1 2020)
RTS 27 Reports (Q2 2020)
RTS 27 Reports (Q3 2020)

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Deutsche Bank has prepared these reports (“RTS 27 Reports”) in order to meet its regulatory obligations under Commission Delegated Regulation (EU) 2017/575 of 8 June 2016 (“Delegated Regulation”) supplementing Directive 2014/65/EU of the European Parliament and of the Council on markets in financial instruments (“MIFID2”) with regard to regulatory technical standards concerning the data to be published by execution venues on the quality of execution of transactions.

With effect from 1st January 2021, the Delegated Regulation, so far as operative at that time, will form part of the domestic laws of the United Kingdom. Accordingly, with effect from such date, references to the Delegated Regulation (and to RTS 27 Reports) shall include the Delegated Regulation (and reports made under it) both as it forms part of the European Union Law and as it will form part of the domestic laws of the United Kingdom.

Nothing in the following text shall represent a disclaimer or qualification of Deutsche Bank’s obligations under MIFID2 or the Delegated Regulation or any other applicable regulatory requirement in relation to the RTS 27 Reports or to the accuracy of such information insofar as it relates solely to the satisfaction of such obligations.

Deutsche Bank’s RTS 27 Reports are based on the accuracy and completeness of internal data used to compile such RTS 27 Reports and the functionality of internal systems from which such data is acquired. No guarantee or warranty is made as to the accuracy and completeness of the internal data or systems used to compile the RTS 27 Reports, and to the extent permitted by law the RTS 27 Reports should not be relied upon as such.

Deutsche Bank reserves the right to update, amend, supplement, restate and/or republish RTS 27 Reports at any time.

To the extent permitted by law, Deutsche Bank does not accept any responsibility for or have any liability for any loss or damage arising from the use of the information in the RTS 27 Reports, whether caused by errors, inaccuracies or omissions in the data in any of the RTS 27 Reports or otherwise. The RTS 27 Reports neither represent an indicative or firm quote to transact further transactions nor the actual terms at which existing transactions could be liquidated or unwound, and may differ positively or negatively from the most recent valuation previously provided for any position(s) they reference or are derived from.

The RTS 27 Reports may vary significantly from similar information that may be provided by another dealer or credit institution, are not necessarily indicative of values carried on Deutsche Bank’s books and records and should not be relied upon by you for the valuation of your positions. You should make your own independent evaluation as to the appropriateness or otherwise of use of such information, whether in making investment decisions or otherwise.

RTS 27 Reports (Q1 2019)
RTS 27 Reports (Q2 2019)
RTS 27 Reports (Q3 2019)
RTS 27 Reports (Q4 2019)

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Deutsche Bank has prepared these reports (“RTS 27 Reports”) in order to meet its regulatory obligations under Commission Delegated Regulation (EU) 2017/575 of 8 June 2016 (“Delegated Regulation”) supplementing Directive 2014/65/EU of the European Parliament and of the Council on markets in financial instruments (“MIFID2”) with regard to regulatory technical standards concerning the data to be published by execution venues on the quality of execution of transactions.

With effect from 1st January 2021, the Delegated Regulation, so far as operative at that time, will form part of the domestic laws of the United Kingdom. Accordingly, with effect from such date, references to the Delegated Regulation (and to RTS 27 Reports) shall include the Delegated Regulation (and reports made under it) both as it forms part of the European Union Law and as it will form part of the domestic laws of the United Kingdom.

Nothing in the following text shall represent a disclaimer or qualification of Deutsche Bank’s obligations under MIFID2 or the Delegated Regulation or any other applicable regulatory requirement in relation to the RTS 27 Reports or to the accuracy of such information insofar as it relates solely to the satisfaction of such obligations.

Deutsche Bank’s RTS 27 Reports are based on the accuracy and completeness of internal data used to compile such RTS 27 Reports and the functionality of internal systems from which such data is acquired. No guarantee or warranty is made as to the accuracy and completeness of the internal data or systems used to compile the RTS 27 Reports, and to the extent permitted by law the RTS 27 Reports should not be relied upon as such.

Deutsche Bank reserves the right to update, amend, supplement, restate and/or republish RTS 27 Reports at any time.

To the extent permitted by law, Deutsche Bank does not accept any responsibility for or have any liability for any loss or damage arising from the use of the information in the RTS 27 Reports, whether caused by errors, inaccuracies or omissions in the data in any of the RTS 27 Reports or otherwise. The RTS 27 Reports neither represent an indicative or firm quote to transact further transactions nor the actual terms at which existing transactions could be liquidated or unwound, and may differ positively or negatively from the most recent valuation previously provided for any position(s) they reference or are derived from.

The RTS 27 Reports may vary significantly from similar information that may be provided by another dealer or credit institution, are not necessarily indicative of values carried on Deutsche Bank’s books and records and should not be relied upon by you for the valuation of your positions. You should make your own independent evaluation as to the appropriateness or otherwise of use of such information, whether in making investment decisions or otherwise.

RTS 27 Reports (Q1 2018)
RTS 27 Reports (Q2 2018)
RTS 27 Reports (Q3 2018)
RTS 27 Reports (Q4 2018)

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Deutsche Bank has prepared these reports (“RTS 28 Reports”) in order to meet its regulatory obligations under Commission Delegated Regulation (EU) 2017/576 of 8 June 2016 (“Delegated Regulation”) supplementing Directive 2014/65/EU of the European Parliament and of the Council on markets in financial instruments (“MIFID2”) with regard to regulatory technical standards concerning the data to be published by execution venues on the quality of execution of transactions.

With effect from 1st January 2021, the Delegated Regulation, so far as operative at that time, will form part of the domestic laws of the United Kingdom. Accordingly, with effect from such date, references to the Delegated Regulation (and to RTS 28 Reports) shall include the Delegated Regulation (and reports made under it) both as it forms part of the European Union Law and as it will form part of the domestic laws of the United Kingdom.

Nothing in the following text shall represent a disclaimer or qualification of Deutsche Bank’s obligations under MIFID2 or the Delegated Regulation or any other applicable regulatory requirement in relation to the RTS 28 Reports or to the accuracy of such information insofar as it relates solely to the satisfaction of such obligations.

Deutsche Bank’s RTS 28 Reports are based on the accuracy and completeness of internal data used to compile such RTS 28 Reports and the functionality of internal systems from which such data is acquired. No guarantee or warranty is made as to the accuracy and completeness of the internal data or systems used to compile the RTS 28 Reports, and to the extent permitted by law the RTS 28 Reports should not be relied upon as such.

Deutsche Bank reserves the right to update, amend, supplement, restate and/or republish RTS 28 Reports at any time.

To the extent permitted by law, Deutsche Bank does not accept any responsibility for or have any liability for any loss or damage arising from the use of the information in the RTS 28 Reports, whether caused by errors, inaccuracies or omissions in the data in any of the RTS 28 Reports or otherwise. The RTS 28 Reports neither represent an indicative or firm quote to transact further transactions nor the actual terms at which existing transactions could be liquidated or unwound, and may differ positively or negatively from the most recent valuation previously provided for any position(s) they reference or are derived from.

The RTS 28 Reports may vary significantly from similar information that may be provided by another dealer or credit institution, are not necessarily indicative of values carried on Deutsche Bank’s books and records and should not be relied upon by you for the valuation of your positions. You should make your own independent evaluation as to the appropriateness or otherwise of use of such information, whether in making investment decisions or otherwise.

For an explanation of how Deutsche Bank treats client orders, including with respect to the relative importance Deutsche Bank gives to the execution factors of price, costs, speed, likelihood of execution or any other consideration including qualitative factors when assessing the quality of execution, please refer to the following order execution policies, as applicable (together, “Deutsche Bank’s Order Execution Policies”):

Deutsche Bank’s Order Execution Policies also provide an explanation of how order execution differs according to client categorisation, where Deutsche Bank treats categories of clients differently and where this may affect the order execution arrangements. Deutsche Bank’s Order Execution Policies also provide an explanation of whether other criteria were given precedence over immediate price and cost when executing retail client orders and how these other criteria were instrumental in delivering the best possible result in terms of the total consideration to the client.

Deutsche Bank has no close link, conflict of interest or common ownerships with any execution venue which is used for order execution.

Deutsche Bank has no arrangements with any execution venues specific to itself regarding payments made or received, discounts, rebates or non-monetary benefits received.

Deutsche Bank has not had any changes in the list of execution venues listed in the Deutsche Bank’s Order Execution Policies

Deutsche Bank takes into consideration a number of different factors and sources of data to benchmark and assess the quality of execution provided by any of the venues used. This includes, but is not limited to, data published under the Delegated Regulation and data on our consolidated tape.

RTS 28 2019 XML schema definition and files
RTS 28 2018 XML schema definition and files

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Deutsche Bank has prepared these reports (“RTS 28 Reports”) in order to meet its regulatory obligations under Commission Delegated Regulation (EU) 2017/576 of 8 June 2016 (“Delegated Regulation”) supplementing Directive 2014/65/EU of the European Parliament and of the Council on markets in financial instruments (“MIFID2”) with regard to regulatory technical standards concerning the data to be published by execution venues on the quality of execution of transactions.

With effect from 1st January 2021, the Delegated Regulation, so far as operative at that time, will form part of the domestic laws of the United Kingdom. Accordingly, with effect from such date, references to the Delegated Regulation (and to RTS 28 Reports) shall include the Delegated Regulation (and reports made under it) both as it forms part of the European Union Law and as it will form part of the domestic laws of the United Kingdom.

Nothing in the following text shall represent a disclaimer or qualification of Deutsche Bank’s obligations under MIFID2 or the Delegated Regulation or any other applicable regulatory requirement in relation to the RTS 28 Reports or to the accuracy of such information insofar as it relates solely to the satisfaction of such obligations.

Deutsche Bank’s RTS 28 Reports are based on the accuracy and completeness of internal data used to compile such RTS 28 Reports and the functionality of internal systems from which such data is acquired. No guarantee or warranty is made as to the accuracy and completeness of the internal data or systems used to compile the RTS 28 Reports, and to the extent permitted by law the RTS 28 Reports should not be relied upon as such.

Deutsche Bank reserves the right to update, amend, supplement, restate and/or republish RTS 28 Reports at any time.

To the extent permitted by law, Deutsche Bank does not accept any responsibility for or have any liability for any loss or damage arising from the use of the information in the RTS 28 Reports, whether caused by errors, inaccuracies or omissions in the data in any of the RTS 28 Reports or otherwise. The RTS 28 Reports neither represent an indicative or firm quote to transact further transactions nor the actual terms at which existing transactions could be liquidated or unwound, and may differ positively or negatively from the most recent valuation previously provided for any position(s) they reference or are derived from.

The RTS 28 Reports may vary significantly from similar information that may be provided by another dealer or credit institution, are not necessarily indicative of values carried on Deutsche Bank’s books and records and should not be relied upon by you for the valuation of your positions. You should make your own independent evaluation as to the appropriateness or otherwise of use of such information, whether in making investment decisions or otherwise.

For an explanation of how Deutsche Bank treats client orders, including with respect to the relative importance Deutsche Bank gives to the execution factors of price, costs, speed, likelihood of execution or any other consideration including qualitative factors when assessing the quality of execution, please refer to the following order execution policies, as applicable (together, “Deutsche Bank’s Order Execution Policies”):

Deutsche Bank’s Order Execution Policies also provide an explanation of how order execution differs according to client categorisation, where Deutsche Bank treats categories of clients differently and where this may affect the order execution arrangements. Deutsche Bank’s Order Execution Policies also provide an explanation of whether other criteria were given precedence over immediate price and cost when executing retail client orders and how these other criteria were instrumental in delivering the best possible result in terms of the total consideration to the client.

Deutsche Bank has no close link, conflict of interest or common ownerships with any execution venue which is used for order execution.

Deutsche Bank has no arrangements with any execution venues specific to itself regarding payments made or received, discounts, rebates or non-monetary benefits received.

Deutsche Bank has not had any changes in the list of execution venues listed in the Deutsche Bank’s Order Execution Policies

Deutsche Bank takes into consideration a number of different factors and sources of data to benchmark and assess the quality of execution provided by any of the venues used. This includes, but is not limited to, data published under the Delegated Regulation and data on our consolidated tape.

RTS 28 2017 XML schema definition and files