June 28, 2007


Moscow, 28 June 2007 – Deutsche Bank is pleased to announce the significant expansion of its Global Markets team in Russia with the addition of 4 senior bankers.

Vladimir Tchkikvadze has been appointed Head of Domestic Equity Sales and will report to Ian Colville, Head of Equity Sales - Russia.

Ivan Ivanchenko has been appointed Senior Sales/Trading, Equities and Derivatives reporting to Mark McCracken, Head of EMEA Sales/Trading, Deutsche Bank London.

Roman Nagaev has been appointed Head of Private Equity, Russia and CIS, and will report to Yuri Soloviev, First Deputy Chairman of the Board, Deutsche Bank Ltd. Russia, and Head of Global Markets, Russia & CIS.

Roman Rodin has joined Equities Trading as a Senior Trader, reporting to Andrey Girichev, Head of Equity Trading, Russia/CIS.

Vladimir Tchkikvadze has over 12 years of experience in the Russian equities market and joined Deutsche Bank Russia from ZAO KB "Citibank" where he worked as Senior Sales-Trader, Equities since 2005. Vladimir’s many years of experience include NIKoil Investment Banking Group, ABN AMRO Equities Russia, Renaissance Capital and RMG Securities. Vladimir graduated from Moscow State University of International relations (MGIMO) in 1995 and holds a Ph.D. in Political Science (Diplomatic Academy of the Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, 1998).

Roman Nagaev joined Deutsche Bank from Gazprombank where he was responsible for principal investments and corporate finance transactions in the energy sector. Roman has ten years of investment banking and private equity experience in Russia, Europe and United States. He has worked at Lehman Brothers, Credit Suisse First Boston and ESN Group and started his career at McKinsey & Company in Russia in 1993. Roman holds an MBA degree from Harvard Business School (1997) and a BA with distinction from the State Academy of Finance in Moscow (1992).

Ivan Ivanchenko joined Deutsche Bank Russia from the Deutsche Bank London where he covered hedge funds in the fixed income space (Hedge Funds Cross Rates Sales). Prior to joining Deutsche Bank, Ivan worked as CFO and then CEO of Financial Bridge Ltd., Moscow. His previous experience includes senior positions in various Moscow firms providing consulting and financial services. Ivan holds a BSc in Mathematics in the Moscow State University (1997), a Diploma in Corporate Crisis Managements in Plekhanov Russian Academy of Economics (1998) and an MBA with distinction in London Business School (2006).

Roman Rodin joined Deutsche Bank from Trust Investment bank where he was Senior Equity trader since 2003. Prior to that he was Senior Officer, Operations Department with Renaissance Capital Group. Roman graduated from the Economic Faculty of the Moscow State University in 1998 and holds a Master degree in Economics from this University (2000).

Yuri Soloviev, First Deputy Chairman of the Board of Deutsche Bank Ltd. commented “We are proud that our Global Markets operations are growing at pace with the growth of the Russian financial markets. Our new colleagues’ depth of experience and reputation for client focus, combined with Deutsche Bank’s global platform, will allow them to bring superior ideas and innovative products to Deutsche Bank’s clients. We are sure that the expanded Global Markets team will further strengthen Deutsche’s competitive advantage.”

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