Media Release October 10, 2018

Emmanuel Rosner Joins Deutsche Bank to Lead Autos and Auto Technology Research Team

New York, October 10, 2018. Deutsche Bank today announced that Emmanuel Rosner has joined the Equity Research Team to lead coverage of the autos and auto technology sector. He is based in New York and reports to Steve Pollard, Global Head of Equity Research.

With nearly 14 years of experience covering the sector, Rosner joined Deutsche Bank from Guggenheim and previously worked at CLSA Americas where he served as a Managing Director and Senior Analyst for six years covering automakers, suppliers, and automotive technology. Before CLSA Americas, he held equity research roles with Barclays Capital (Lehman Brothers) and Morgan Stanley. He was recognized as the #1 autos earnings estimator by Starmine in 2018, and as “top 3” in 2016, 2015, and 2014.

“Emmanuel brings a wide breadth of experience and will be a key contributor to our longstanding dominant Global Autos franchise, including Deutsche Bank’s Annual Flagship Conference,” Pollard said. “He will be instrumental in our coverage of this important sector, providing clients with independent and timely insights. We are excited to welcome him to the team.”

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