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New York / Toronto, July 21, 2010

Scott Lampard to join Deutsche Bank as Head of Global Markets for Canada

Deutsche Bank today announced that Scott Lampard will join as Head of Global Markets for Canada, managing the Bank’s sales and trading business in the region.

Lampard will report to Jeffrey Mayer, Head of Global Markets for North America, and Paul Jurist, Chief Country Officer for Canada. Lampard will be based in Toronto.

Lampard joins the bank with 18 years of global capital markets experience. He joins from Bank of America Merrill Lynch, where he served as head of global markets in Asia and head of international capital markets in London. Prior to that, he spent 13 years at JPMorgan, most recently as managing director and head of public sector debt in London.

Paul Jurist said: “We are pleased to welcome Scott and confident that our clients in Canada will benefit from his global perspective and management experience across capital markets.”

Lampard has a BA in Political Science from the University of Western Ontario.

For further information, please call:

Deutsche Bank AG

Renee Calabro
Phone: +1(212) 250-5525

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