Deutsche Bank Leads the Discussion at BAFT-IFSA Global Annual Meeting for the Americas

  Deutsche Bank Leads the Discussion at BAFT-IFSA Global Annual Meeting for
  the Americas

BAFT-IFSA Global Annual Meeting for the Americas 2013

Business Wire

NEW YORK -- April 29, 2013

Deutsche Bank announced that Werner Steinmueller, Member of the Group
Executive Committee and Head of Global Transaction Banking, Deutsche Bank,
today gave the keynote address at the BAFT-IFSA Global Annual Meeting for the
Americas in Naples, Florida. In his keynote address titled, “No More Words:
Time for Action!” Steinmueller emphasized the importance of adapting to a new
regulatory environment.

“Never before has the transaction banking industry been impacted by such
drastic change in a relatively short period of time. Legislation such as Dodd
Frank, Basel III, FATCA and SEPA are driving change and need to be addressed
head on,” Steinmueller said. “These regulatory developments entail more than
just challenges as they can also foster new business solutions and service
models. Providers have the opportunity to help clients successfully navigate
the increasingly challenging environment so that they can benefit from reduced
costs, improved operations and tighter compliance controls.”

Additional BAFT-IFSA conference sessions featuring Deutsche Bank Global
Transaction Banking speakers include:

“BPO Commercialization by Banks and E-Invoicing” with panelist Zoran Kanlic,
GTB Product Management – Global Head of Supplier Finance, on Monday, April 29
at 3:45pm.

“The Development of ISO Standards for Payments” with panelist Bernd
Waizenhoefer, GTB Product Management – Head of FIs Cash Clearing EMEA, on
Tuesday, April 30 at 8:00am.

“Reg E and Dodd Frank” with moderator Stephen Wojciechowicz, Cash Management
Financial Institutions, on Tuesday, April 30 at 10:00am.

For more information about the BAFT-IFSA conference, please visit:

About Global Transaction Banking

Global Transaction Banking provides commercial banking products and services
for both corporates and financial institutions worldwide, including domestic
and cross-border payments, cash management, risk mitigation and international
trade finance as well as trust, agency, depositary, custody and related

This announcement appears as a matter of record only. This announcement has
been approved and/or communicated by Deutsche Bank AG New York.


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