September 30, 2010

Deutsche Bank expands its Structured Commodity Trade Finance team

Deutsche Bank has hired Sander Stuijt as a Director in its Structured Commodity Trade Finance team, part of the Bank’s Structured Trade & Export Finance division.

Stuijt will be based in Amsterdam and report to Kris Van Broekhoven, head of Structured Commodity Trade Finance for the EMEA region at Deutsche Bank.

Stuijt has over 17 years of experience in both structured commodity and commodity trade finance. Prior to joining Deutsche Bank, Stuijt was the head of Commodity Finance at RBS and before that he headed ABN AMRO’s metal finance business for five years.

Commenting on the appointment, Kris Van Broekhoven said, ‘We are very pleased to add Sander to our team. His contacts and extensive experience financing commodities in both developed and emerging markets will help us further grow the business and continue to deliver the quality servicethat clients and investors expect from Deutsche Bank.’

John MacNamara, global head of Structured Commodity Trade Finance at Deutsche Bank, added, ‘This appointment is part of our team's concerted growth agenda and testimony to our success and ambitions in the commodities business.’

Deutsche Bank was voted Best Structured Commodity Finance Bank in Global Trade Review magazine's Leaders in Trade Awards 2009.

For further information, please call:

Deutsche Bank AG

Libby Young
Phone: +44 (0)20 7545 6941

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