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A Wealth of Experience – Deutsche Asset & Wealth Management

To better serve clients’ unique and evolving needs, Deutsche Bank has created a new business division that combines all of its asset and wealth management capabilities. Deutsche Asset & Wealth Management offers retail, institutional and wealth management clients a comprehensive set of strengths few competitors in the world can match. The division combines deep intellectual capital, broad asset management expertise, decades of experience and extensive product selection with strategies across all major asset classes. The product suite encompasses the active, passive and alternative asset management expertise of Deutsche Bank. With almost €973 billion of invested assetsą, Deutsche Asset & Wealth Management is a leading global player. The platinum logo represents our aspiration toward the highest standards of expertise, thought leadership and integrity – critical attributes in a global economy.

Deutsche Asset Management (India) Pvt. Ltd., is the mutual fund division of Deutsche Asset & Wealth Management in India. Established in 2002, Deutsche Asset Management (India) Pvt. Ltd., covers marketing, client servicing and fund management. Building upon this success over the last 10 years, our product portfolio today consists of a range of equity and debt schemes with Average Assets under Management of Rs.18,563 crore (for the quarter of April –June 2013).