New York, October 6, 2010

Deutsche Bank further strengthens Structured Equity Business in North America


Deutsche Bank today announced that Greg Kuppenheimer will join as Managing Director, Co-Head of the Equity Structuring Group in North America and Head of Structured Equity Sales in North America.

Kuppenheimer will be based in New York and report to Derek Capanna, Head of the Institutional Client Group – Equity, for North America, and Amit Bordia, Head of the Equity Structuring Group.

Kuppenheimer will join Deutsche Bank from Goldman Sachs where he was most recently a managing director and co-head of equity structured products.

“We are confident that the addition of Greg will benefit our clients, and we are pleased to welcome him as we continue to expand our equity derivatives business in North America,” said Capanna.

Earlier this year, the Bank announced the hires of Ted Wasserman as Head of Equity Derivatives Flow Sales for North America, and Marcelo Pizzimbono as Head of New York Research Sales.


For further information, please call:

Deutsche Bank AG
Press & Media Relations

Renee Calabro
Phone: +1-212-250-5525
renee.calabro@db.com



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