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October 3, 2011

Deutsche Bank Celebrates 10-Year Anniversary of Listing on the New York Stock Exchange

Deutsche Bank executives celebrated the 10-year anniversary of its listing on the New York Stock Exchange with the ringing of The Closing Bell.  On hand was Jürgen Fitschen, a member of the Bank’s Management Board and Seth Waugh, Regional CEO of the Americas.  Deutsche Bank was the first company to list on the NYSE after the 9/11 attacks demonstrating its commitment to downtown Manhattan, where it continues to be active as one of the world’s leading investment banks.

“I can think of no better place to celebrate this milestone than at the NYSE,” said Fitschen. “Deutsche Bank has had a great run over the past decade. We have built our franchise not only in the Americas, but globally as well, and look forward to capitalizing on this momentum going forward.” 

“Deutsche Bank has become a fixture of downtown Manhattan and an important part of the financial district,” said Waugh. “This anniversary underscores our commitment to the region and our ability to be a key player in one of the largest financial centers in the world.” 



Click here to watch the video of The Closing Bell ringing.

Click here to watch the CNBC interview with Seth Waugh.

Representatives from Deutsche Bank, including Jürgen Fitschen and Seth Waugh (center) ring The Closing Bell at the NYSE
Representatives from Deutsche Bank, including Jürgen Fitschen and Seth Waugh (center) ring The Closing Bell at the NYSE



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