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Deutsche Bank appoints chief country officer for Luxembourg

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Luxembourg - September 25, 2013, Luxembourg - Deutsche Bank has appointed Boris Liedtke as chief country officer for Luxembourg, effective January 1, 2014.

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During the past four years, Mr. Liedtke has been CEO and Chairman of Deutsche Asset Management in Asia. Prior to this role, he was Board Member and responsible for the operational business of DWS Investments in Europe. Mr. Liedtke holds a PhD from the London School of Economics and has worked for nearly 20 years for Deutsche Bank in several senior roles including assignments in Singapore, Frankfurt, New York, Hong Kong and London.

From January 2014, Mr. Liedtke will assume the roles of Chief Country Officer, in particular as CEO of Deutsche Bank S.A. Luxembourg.


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