Reporting and Transparency

Directors’ Share Ownership

Management Board. For the share ownership of the Management Board, please refer to our detailed Compensation Report in the Management Report.

Supervisory Board. The current members of our Supervisory Board held the following numbers of our shares and share awards under our employee share plans.

Members of the Supervisory Board

Number of shares

Number of share awards

Dr. Paul Achleitner

0

0

Frank Bsirske

0

0

John Cryan

0

0

Dina Dublon

0

0

Katherine Garrett-Cox

0

0

Timo Heider

0

0

Alfred Herling

1,135

10

Sabine Irrgang

531

10

Prof. Dr. Henning Kagermann

0

0

Martina Klee

1,035

10

Suzanne Labarge

0

0

Peter Löscher

0

0

Henriette Mark

692

10

Gabriele Platscher

929

5

Bernd Rose

0

0

Rudolf Stockem

0

0

Stephan Szukalski

0

0

Dr. Johannes Teyssen

0

0

Georg Thoma

0

0

Prof. Dr. Klaus Rüdiger Trützschler

2,250

0

Total

6.572

45

The members of the Supervisory Board held 6,572 shares, amounting to less than 0.01 % of our shares as of February 20, 2014.

As listed in the “Number of share awards” column in the table, the members who are employees of Deutsche Bank hold matching awards granted under the Global Share Purchase Plan, which are scheduled to be delivered to them on November 1, 2014.

As described in “Compensation System for Supervisory Board Members”, beginning with the 2013 compensation year, in February of the following year, 25 % of each member's compensation for services as a member of the Supervisory Board for the prior year is, rather than being paid in cash, converted into notional shares of Deutsche Bank. The ultimate cash value of the notional shares is paid to the member in February of the year following his departure from the Supervisory Board or the expiration of his term of office, based on the market price of the Deutsche Bank share near the ultimate payment date. The table in such other section shows the number of notional shares that were credited in February 2014 to members of the Supervisory Board as part of their 2013 compensation.


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