April 19, 2010

Ardalan Gharagozlou named Head of Foreign Exchange Germany

Deutsche Bank today announced that Ardalan Gharagozlou has been, in addition to his role as Head of Global Finance Continental Europe, appointed the new Head of Foreign Exchange in Germany. Based in Frankfurt, he will also be responsible for foreign exchange sales, trading and structuring. Ardalan Gharagozlou has been with Deutsche Bank since 2000 and has held various positions in Europe in cash, derivatives, short term interest rates and options trading. In his new expanded role he will focus on strengthening Deutsche Bank’s foreign exchange franchise in Germany.

Over the past five years, Deutsche Bank has been voted the world’s largest foreign exchange trading house by Euromoney.

For further information, please call: 

Deutsche Bank AG    
Press and Media Relations

Frank Hartmann   
Phone: +49 (0)69 / 910 84752  
e-mail: Frank-a.hartmann@db.com 

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