June 17, 2009

Deutsche Bank appoints Ram Nayak as Head of Global Markets Structuring

Deutsche Bank today announced the appointment of Ram Nayak as Head of Global Markets Structuring. He will also become a member of the Global Markets Executive Committee.

Mr Nayak will take responsibility for the Bank’s multi-asset class structuring capabilities globally, working across product and coverage businesses. He brings extensive global financial and structuring experience and joins the Bank from Credit Suisse where he was most recently Global Head of Emerging Markets (ex-Brazil), including Structuring and was also previously head of EMEA structuring. Before joining Credit Suisse, he was the Head of Local Currency Structured Derivatives Trading for Latin America at Merrill Lynch.

Anshu Jain, Head of Global Markets at Deutsche Bank, said: "Structuring skills are increasingly important as market conditions lead clients to seek new solutions for raising capital and reducing risk. We are pleased that Ram has decided to join our team."

Mr Nayak will assume some of the responsibilities of Yassine Bouhara, Head of Global Markets Structuring and Head of Global Markets for Europe, Middle East and Africa. Mr Bouhara is taking a leave of absence, and the Bank plans to name a successor for his other responsibilities in the near future.

Based in London, Mr Nayak will report to Anshu Jain, Head of Global Markets.

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Deutsche Bank

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