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March 6, 2013

Igor Lojevsky appointed Vice Chairman of Deutsche Bank in Eastern Europe

Deutsche Bank announced today that Igor Lojevsky has been appointed Vice Chairman of Eastern Europe for its Asset & Wealth Management and Corporate Banking & Securities divisions. Based in London, Igor will work closely with both divisions to drive the growth of Deutsche Bank franchise across Eastern Europe. Igor will report jointly to Michele Faissola, Head of Deutsche Asset & Wealth Management, Colin Fan and Robert Rankin, Co-Heads of Corporate Banking & Securities.

In addition, Igor Lojevsky has been appointed Head of Eastern Europe for Asset Wealth Management and joins AWM's EMEA Executive Committee.

Michele Faissola, Head of Deutsche Asset & Wealth Management commented: “Igor brings a wealth of experience to his new roles. He was most recently Chief Country Officer for Deutsche Bank Russia, a position he held from 2008. During his tenure, he successfully led the expansion of Deutsche Bank's Russian franchise and helped to establish us as a leading international investment bank in the country.


For further information, please call:

Deutsche Bank Russia

Dimitri Agishev
Head, Communications
Telephone: +7 495 797 5026


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