November 15, 2005

Deutsche Bank appoints Head of Compliance for Middle East and North Africa

Deutsche Bank today announced that Adrian Jossa has been appointed Head of Compliance for the Middle East and North Africa region. Jossa will report to Andrew Procter, Regional Head of Compliance for the United Kingdom and Western Europe. The appointment takes effect immediately and he will be based in Dubai.

Jossa joins Deutsche Bank from the Dubai International Financial Exchange, where he was General Counsel, Head of Compliance and Head of Member Services from 2004. Jossa has a long history of advising investment banks in compliance issues having been General Counsel and Head of Compliance for Citigroup France from 2001 to 2003, before moving to HSBC CCF France, where he was Head of Compliance for the Eurozone.

Ken Borda, Chief Executive Officer, Middle East and North Africa and Chairman of Asia Pacific (ex Japan), said, "We are pleased to have Adrian join our team. He brings excellent knowledge of the regulatory framework in the region, which will be invaluable as Deutsche Bank seeks to grow its business there."

Jossa is a Member of the DEFI and the French Banking Federation.


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