October 6, 2006

Rudy Suter joins Deutsche Bank Private Wealth Management International as Head of Financial Intermediaries

Deutsche Bank Private Wealth Management today announced the appointment of Rudy Suter as Managing Director and Head of Financial Intermediaries with effect from 1 October. In his new role, he will be responsible for structuring, bundling and developing Private Wealth Management capabilities in this segment, which will include client acquisition and service enhancements as well as a broader use of existing booking centres around the globe.

Rudy Suter joins Deutsche Bank from UBS where he was Head of Intermediaries for the Americas. He spent a total of 16 years at UBS in different leadership positions in Zurich, New York, London, Frankfurt, Tokyo and in Melbourne. Suter will be based in Zurich and report to Dr. Hans-Jürgen Koch, Head of Deutsche Bank Private Wealth Management International and Chief Executive Officer of Deutsche Bank (Switzerland) Ltd.

“Rudy has an excellent understanding of the needs of Intermediaries through his involvement in both wealth management and investment banking in his career,” said Koch. Deutsche Bank Private Wealth Management already has a presence in this segment but is committed to further expand this business in all growing markets.

Pierre de Weck, member of the Group Executive Committee of Deutsche Bank says: “We are delighted to welcome Rudy to Deutsche Bank Private Wealth Management to strengthen our Intermediaries business. With his outstanding expertise and his depth of experience he will greatly enhance our capabilities in this important distribution channel. We look forward to further developing the Intermediaries business.”
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