February 10, 2005

Roland Lienau chairs new German Equity Management Committee and becomes Co-Head of Equity Capital Markets in Germany

Deutsche Bank today announced that Roland Lienau will join Equity Capital Markets as Co-Head of ECM - Germany. He joins Georg Hansel in partnership to lead the bank's German team, which has been in the top ranks of German ECM for the past few years. 

Additionally Lienau will chair the newly-formed German Equity Management Committee, which brings together the elements of Global Banking and Global Markets focussed on building Deutsche Bank's overall equity-related business in the region. The additional members of the committee are Georg Hansel, Steffen Fuchs, Juergen Krewinkel, Andreas Neubauer, Christoph Gallus, and Markus Rausch. Lienau will also remain a full member of the European Cash Equities Management Committee chaired by Francois Wat.

David Weaver, Co-Head of European ECM at Deutsche Bank, commented, "We are delighted that Roland is joining ECM. The expertise and experience he brings with him will serve to further strengthen our franchise in this critical market".

Steffen Fuchs, currently Head of German Equity Sales, has been named to assume Lienau's former responsibilities as Head of Cash Equities in Germany.


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