June 1, 2012

Deutsche Bank announces Corporate Banking & Securities Executive Committee

Deutsche Bank announced today that it will form a Corporate Banking & Securities (CB&S) Executive Committee, comprised of the following members:

Colin Fan, Co-Head of CB&S and Head of Markets;

Robert Rankin, Co-Head of CB&S and Head of Corporate Finance;

Zar Amrolia, Head of Foreign Exchange and Head of Platforms;

Henrik Aslaksen, Head of Corporate Finance, EMEA and Head of M&A;

Jacques Brand, Head of Corporate Finance, Americas and Head of Investment Banking Coverage & Advisory;

Ivor Dunbar, Head of Client Franchise Development;

Wayne Felson, Head of Rates & Credit Trading;

Rich Herman, Head of the Institutional Client Group;

Jeff Mayer, Head of CB&S, North America;

Miles Millard, Head of Capital Markets & Treasury Solutions (CMTS);

Ram Nayak, Head of Structuring and Chairman of the Emerging Markets Committee;

Michael Ormaechea, Head of FICC and Equities, Asia Pacific;

Garth Ritchie, Head of Equities;

Elad Shraga, Head of Structured Finance;

Bhupinder Singh, Head of Corporate Finance & Structuring, Asia Pacific.
Colin Fan and Robert Rankin, Co-Heads of CB&S, and Heads of Markets and Corporate Finance respectively, said: “To help us lead CB&S, we have established an Executive Committee whose members are all long-serving leaders drawn from across different client coverage and product areas and regions. Deutsche Bank is now a top-3 investment bank and the CB&S management team represents a group that has been central to achieving this success. We are proud that all of these appointments come from within the Bank: it reflects the depth of talent in our team and speaks to the strength and culture of the business. Together, we will remain focused on serving clients and managing risk against a challenging market backdrop.”

For further information, please call:

Deutsche Bank AG   
Press & Media Relations   
Libby Young 
Phone: +44 (20) 7545 6941 
E-mail: libby.young@db.com  

Armin Niedermeier
Phone: +49 (0) 69 910 33402
E-Mail: armin.niedermeier@db.com  

Investor Relations
+49 69 910 35395 (Frankfurt)
+1 212 250 1540 (New York)

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