March 6, 2007

Charles Lee joins Deutsche Bank's Global Commercial Real Estate group

Deutsche Bank Securities Inc. today announced that Charles Y. Lee will join the firm’s Global Banking Division as a Director in the Global Commercial Real Estate (CRE) group, specializing in CMBS and CDO execution. Lee will be based in New York and report to Lainie Kaye, a Managing Director and Head of CMBS securitization. He will also have reporting responsibilities to Emile Van-Den-Bol, a Managing Director and Global Head of CRE CDOs.

Lee joins Deutsche Bank after 10 years with JPMorgan, where he was most recently a Vice President on the commercial real estate securitization team.

“We are extremely pleased to add an experienced real estate and structured finance pro like Chuck to our team, which reflects the continued growth of our Global Commercial Real Estate business,” said Toby Cobb, Managing Director and Co-Head of US CRE. “I am confident that Chuck’s track record and industry experience will prove a valuable resource to our clients and the bank.”

Lee earned a BA in Economics from The John Hopkins University and an MBA from the Yale School of Management.

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