London, July 9, 2012

Deutsche Bank announces key appointments in Global Transaction Banking


Changes in the Trust & Securities Services and Cash Management for Financial Institutions business will position the business for further growth while maintaining best-in-class client service

Deutsche Bank’s Global Transaction Banking (GTB) division announced today several key appointments in its Trust & Securities Services and Cash Management for Financial Institutions (TSS/CMFI) business. The appointments reinforce its client-centric business model and enable it to focus on delivering long term client goals whilst furthering business growth.

Satvinder Singh, Global Head of TSS/CMFI at Deutsche Bank said: “The improvements to our business model will strengthen our ability to help clients navigate and succeed in today’s challenging environment. I’m very pleased several new management roles have been appointed from within the GTB organisation which demonstrates the depth of talent at Deutsche Bank.”

Deutsche Bank has appointed four TSS/CMFI region heads who will be responsible for strengthening local relationships, aligning the Bank’s global resources and providing clients with bespoke solutions and services.

Gary Vaughan will assume the new role of TSS/CMFI Region Head for the Americas. In addition to the regional role, Gary will continue as Co-Head of Americas Corporate Trust for the Trust and Agency Services business.

Mrugank Paranjape will assume the new role of TSS/CMFI Region Head in Asia. In addition to the regional role, Mrugank will continue as Direct Securities Services Head of Asia Pacific.

Jose Sicilia will assume the new role of TSS/CMFI Region Head in Western Europe. In addition to the regional role, Jose will continue as Head of EMEA Corporate Trust for the Trust and Agency Services business.

Sriram Iyer will assume the new role of TSS/CMFI Region Head in CEEMEA. In addition to the regional role, Sriram will continue as GTB Head for MENA.

Mike Hughes has been appointed to the newly created role of Global Head of Funds Services, which combines TSS/CMFI’s Alternative Funds Services and Domestic Funds Services businesses to increase its focus on the non-bank financial institution segment. Mike will continue as GTB country head for the UK, Channel Islands and Ireland.

Edwin Reyes will be responsible for the newly combined Depositary Receipts and Transferable Custody Receipts offering, which provides a wider range of depositary receipt services from a single source in order to address the complex needs of clients. Edwin maintains his role as Global Head of Depositary Receipts.

Daire McCormack has been appointed to the newly created role of Global Head of Escrow Solutions. Daire will deliver the Bank’s escrow market expertise to a wider range of client segments while deepening current client relationships. Deutsche Bank provides customized escrow services to clients in over 14 countries, helping to mitigate financial risks associated with a range of business transactions.


For further information, please call:

Deutsche Bank AG
Press & Media Relations

Nick Probert
Phone: +44(20)754-71605
E-Mail: nick.probert@db.com



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Trust & Securities Services and Cash Management Financial Institutions

Deutsche Bank’s Trust & Securities Services business, part of Global Transaction Banking, is one of the leading providers of trustee, agent, depositary, registrar, SPV management and related services for a wide range of financial structures and transactions. By combining strong operational efficiency with a recognized quality in service delivery, Deutsche Bank is the bank of choice for financial institutions seeking to consolidate transaction volumes. Strategic investments into global processing infrastructure provide product parity and consistent service levels regardless of currency, clearing system or location, and market-leading reference pattern matching, reporting, timed payments and information delivery. Additionally, feature-rich web-based solutions offer real-time access
and inquiry services.

This announcement appears as a matter of record only. This announcement has been approved and/or communicated by Deutsche Bank AG London.




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