June 15, 2011

Deutsche Bank appoints Susan Chan as Head of the Equities Structuring Group, Asia

Deutsche Bank announced today it has appointed Susan Chan as a Managing Director and Head of the Equities Structuring Group, Asia. Ms Chan joins from Barclays Capital where she was Head of Equity and Fund Structured Markets, Asia and a member of the bank’s Asia Board of Directors. Ms Chan will be based in Hong Kong and her appointment is effective as of September 1, 2011.

In her new role, Ms Chan will be responsible for Deutsche Bank’s public-side equity structuring platform in Asia, which primarily focuses on creating bespoke public investment products, structures and solutions for the bank’s clients. She will report locally to Bhupinder Singh, Head of the Institutional Client Group and Structuring, Asia and globally to Amit Bordia, Global Head of the Equity Structuring Group.

Mr Singh, said: “Susan’s intimate understanding of Asia’s equity derivatives markets and proven structuring expertise greatly enhances our capabilities while providing a perfect fit with our focus on structuring bespoke products.”

Mr Bordia, said: “Susan’s appointment further strengthens our structured equity derivatives business in Asia and highlights our commitment to client service and innovation in this space.”

Ms Chan has over sixteen years’ experience in equity derivatives trading and structuring. Prior to Barclays Capital, Ms Chan was Head of the Equity Derivatives Group, Asia Pacific at Bear Stearns having also run the bank’s Asia Pacific equity derivatives trading business. Ms Chan began her career with Credit Lyonnais as an equity trader covering emerging Asia.
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Deutsche Bank AG  
Press & Media Relations

Mark Bennewith       
Phone: +65 6423 8413       

Amy Chang               
Phone: +852 2203 8434       

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