October 23, 2006

Deutsche Bank appoints Global Heads of Emerging Market Structuring

Deutsche Bank today announced the appointment of Daniel Morley and Niall Smith as Global Heads of Emerging Market Debt and Emerging Market Equity Structuring respectively, effective immediately.

Morley, previously Head of CEMA Structuring, will report to Kay Haigh, Head of Emerging Market Debt Trading. Smith, who was responsible for emerging market structuring for the Strategic Equity Transactions Group (“SETG”), will report to Kerim Derhalli, Head of Emerging Market Equity and Serge Marquie, Head of SETG in his new role.

Kerim Derhalli commented: “Daniel and Niall have both contributed significantly to the development of our emerging market structuring franchise and we are convinced their partnership will continue to further our structuring business and maintain our premium position in the industry.”

“Emerging markets are a key priority and growth area for Deutsche Bank and these appointments will help to strengthen our platform.  We have been cultivating a strong presence in emerging markets by building an integrated banking network spanning research, execution, risk management and financing services,” Kay Haigh commented.


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