March 31, 2010

Deutsche Bank strenghtens Foreign Exchange in North America

Deutsche Bank today announced two additions to the Global Capital Markets Foreign Exchange group in North America

Linda Crish joined as a Director in the Capital Markets Sales (CMS) Group within the Global Banking Division. In this role, Crish will work closely with the Bank’s industry-leading* Foreign Exchange business, and focus on mid-cap US corporations. Crish is based in San Francisco, and reports to Elliott Dix, Director and Head of CMS in North America. Crish was most recently at Bank of America LaSalle's Chicago office, where she was a Principal and Senior Foreign Exchange Advisor. Prior to that role, she spent nine years in LaSalle’s foreign exchange and derivative sales group.

David Paster will join as a Director in the Foreign Exchange Debt Capital Markets group in New York, and will cover large-cap US corporations. He will join from Bank of America, where he has been a vice president in foreign exchange sales for the past six years. Paster will report to Ramon Bauza, Managing Director in the North American Debt Capital Markets Foreign Exchange group in New York.

“We are delighted to welcome Linda and David to our team as we enhance our coverage of US corporations and continue to deliver industry-leading* foreign exchange solutions to our clients,” said Bauza.

*Deutsche Bank has been voted the world’s top foreign exchange house in the Euromoney FX Poll for the past five years.

For further information, please call:

Deutsche Bank AG                                

Renee Calabro                                
Phone: +1 (212) 250-5525

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