April 4, 2007

Deutsche Bank to add Bruce Evans to Mergers and Acquisitions Group

Deutsche Bank Securities Inc. today announced that Bruce Evans will join the firm’s Global Banking division as a Managing Director in the Mergers and Acquisitions group. He will be responsible for the origination and execution of M&A transactions and will be based in New York.

Evans will join Deutsche Bank after 18 years with Goldman Sachs, where he was most recently a Managing Director in the Consumer Retail Investment Banking group.  Prior to that, he was a senior banker in the firm's Mergers & Acquisitions department.

“We are very pleased to add a veteran M&A banker of Bruce's caliber to our team,” said Jim Stynes, Global Co-Head of M&A. “We believe he will have an immediate impact on our overall M&A franchise and provide a strong complement to our Consumer advisory business."

“Bruce has a very strong reputation as a trusted advisor and we are excited to have him as our partner,” said Jean Manas, Head of M&A in the Americas. “His experience and proven track record will help us further fuel our growth and expand our market presence in the region.”

Evans earned BA and MA degrees in International Affairs from Tufts University.

For further information, please call:

Scott Helfman    +1 212-250-5602
John Gallagher   +1 212-250-4516

Media Relations, Deutsche Bank

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