April 9, 2008

Deutsche Bank appoints Global Head of Crude Oil Trading

Deutsche Bank today announced the appointment of Brian Logler as global head of crude oil trading, within its global commodities business. Logler will be based in London and will report to John Redpath, global head of oil and agricultural trading.

Logler joins Deutsche Bank after six years at Citigroup where most recently he was responsible for managing the global oil trading team trading crude swaps, distillates and light end product books in London.

In his new role, Logler will take on responsibility for Deutsche Bank’s global crude business and manage the operations in New York, Singapore and London. His position is effective immediately.

“Crude oil has been identified as a major area for growth for Deutsche Bank’s commodities franchise in 2008,” said John Redpath, global head of oil and agricultural trading. “We are delighted to have Brian on board at Deutsche Bank and his extensive experience in the market makes him a perfect fit for our future initiatives.”

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