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Deutsche Bank in Russia
Deutsche Bank was established in 1870. With € 1,035 billion in assets and 64,103 employees, Deutsche
Bank offers its clients unparalleled financial services in 73 countries throughout the world. The Bank
aspires to be a leading global provider of integrated financial solutions for demanding clients and the preeminent bank in Germany generating exceptional value for its shareholders and people.
Deutsche Bank ranks among the global leaders in corporate banking and securities, transaction banking,
asset management, and private wealth management, and has a significant private & business banking
franchise in Germany and other selected countries in Continental Europe. The IFR magazine named
Deutsche Bank “Bank of the Year” in IFR Review of the Year 2003 and 2005.
Deutsche Bank began its operations in Russia in 1881 by underwriting a capital increase of the Russian
Foreign Trade Bank based in Saint-Petersburg and placing the new shares in Germany. In mid-1880-es
Deutsche Bank was the first to arrange railroad loans in Russia. In 1926 the Bank became the organizer of
the first German USSR export finance consortium. In the 1970s Deutsche Bank supervised fund-raising to
finance pipe supplies for the construction of a pipeline from Russia to Europe.
In 1972 Deutsche Bank received the license no. 2 to open a foreign bank representative office in Moscow.
During a long time cooperation with Russia Deutsche Bank AG rendered a financial and consulting support
to its trade partners and the Government. Deutsche Bank AG has played an important role in the
settlement of the USSR’s foreign debt to Western banks, members of “London Club”.
To improve and expand Deutsche Bank’s Russian operations, it was decided in April 1998 to establish
Deutsche Bank Ltd. (Deutsche Bank Moscow), a wholly-owned subsidiary of Deutsche Bank AG. Since
then, Deutsche Bank Moscow has become one of the largest foreign banks in Russia. Following the 1998
financial crisis, Deutsche Bank AG participated in the resolution of disputes between Russia and its
international creditors and the restoration of constructive relations between Russia and international capital
market players.
According to independent researches, Deutsche Bank team takes first position in the rating of financial
consultants by value and number of M&A deals on the Russian market in 2005 and is leading in the
Russian IPO sector. Deutsche Bank analyst team has been constantly occupying top lines in various
prestigious international ratings for its in-depth analysis of the major sectors of the Russian market and
Deutsche Bank Moscow is a universal bank providing local and international, corporate and private clients
with a broad range of financial services, comprising corporate finance and advisory, sales, trading,
transaction banking as well as private wealth management and asset management services. The bank
includes the largest Russian and multinational companies among its client base.
In 2006 Deutsche Bank finalized 100% acquisition of United Financial Group (UFG), one of the leading
investment companies in the Russian market. The deal has resulted in further strengthening Deutsche
Bank’s positions in local equity sales and trading, equity research and corporate finance.
As of 1 July, 2006 the assets of Deutsche Bank Russia equal 35,116 million rubles. Within the same
period, the Bank’s capital equals 4,334 million rubles. Total profits for the first six months of the year are
784 million rubles (under Russian GAAP).
A special page in Deutsche Bank's history in Russia covers cultural initiatives. Our mission is to support the
most interesting and significant projects that are focused on the development of Russian - German historical
and cultural relationship. In 1983 - 2005, Deutsche Bank participated in more than twenty international
projects that included art exhibitions and concerts featuring world-class masters.
Deutsche Bank is in membership of Foreign Investment Advisory Council under the Government of the
Russian Federation (FIAC), Association of Russian Banks (ARB), Association of German Economy in RF
(VDW), Association of European Business in RF (AEB), the Expert Committee of Banking Audit under the
patronage of the Central Bank of Russia, Association of Investors Rights Protection, American Chamber of
Commerce in RF (AmCham), Moscow Interbank Currency Exchange (MICEX), National Depository Centre
(NDC), St. Petersburg Interbank Currency Stock Exchange (SPICEX), Russian Trade System (RTS).
Moscow, 2006
For further information please contact: +7 (095) 797 5000