May 30 (Bloomberg) -- Deutsche Bank AG supervisory board chairman Clemens Boersig will retain privileges after stepping down at the end of the month, Die Welt reported, citing unidentified people close to the German bank.
Boersig will have an office in one of the company’s towers in Frankfurt and help his designated successor, Paul Achleitner, become acquainted with the post, the Berlin-based newspaper said. Boersig will be entitled to a driver and a secretary, according to the report.
Boersig will probably also lead the Deutsche Bank Foundation, which sponsors education, culture and other causes, pending approval of the move by the company’s management board, Welt reported.
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