Supervisory Board

The Supervisory Board of Deutsche Bank AG appoints, supervises and advises the Management Board and is directly involved in decisions of fundamental importance to the bank. It works together closely with the Management Board in a cooperative relationship of trust and for the benefit of the company. The Supervisory Board decides on the appointment and dismissal of members of the Management Board including long-term succession planning for the Management Board based on proposals of the Chairman’s Committee while taking into account recommendations of the Nomination Committee. Based on proposals of the Compensation Control Committee, the Supervisory Board determines the total compensation of the individual members of the Management Board resolves on the compensation system for the Management Board and reviews it regularly.

Dr. Paul Achleitner

Residence: Munich, Germany

Dr. Paul Achleitner

Year of Birth: 1956
Nationality: Austrian
Election first effective: 2012/05/31
Term expires: 2022


Position

Chairman of the Supervisory Board of Deutsche Bank Aktiengesellschaft


Career

Since 2012:
Chairman of the Supervisory Board, Deutsche Bank Aktiengesellschaft

2000 – 2012:
Member of the Management Board, Allianz SE (formerly Allianz AG)

1994 – 1999:
Managing Partner, Goldman Sachs & Co. OHG, Frankfurt (and Partner, Goldman Sachs Group)

1989 – 1994:
Executive Director, Investment Banking, Goldman Sachs International, London

1988 – 1989:
Vice President, Mergers & Acquisitions, Goldman Sachs & Co., New York

1984 – 1988:
Manager, strategy consulting, Bain & Co., Boston


Education

1980 - 1983:
Doctorate (Dr. rer. Pol.), University of St. Gallen

1982 - 1984:
ISP, Harvard Business School

1976 - 1980:
First degree in Business Administration, Economics, Law and Social Sciences (lic. oec.), University of St. Gallen


Memberships in statutory supervisory boards in Germany:
Bayer Aktiengesellschaft, Leverkusen

Detlef Polaschek*

Residence: Essen, Germany

Detlef Polaschek*

Year of Birth: 1960
Nationality: German
Election first effective: 2018/05/24
Term expires: 2023

*Elected by the employees in Germany


Position

Deputy Chairman of the Supervisory Board of Deutsche Bank AG
Member of the General Staff Council of Deutsche Bank


Career

Since 2006:
Member of the General Staff Council, Deutsche Bank AG and DB Privat- und Firmenkundenbank AG (formerly: Deutsche Bank Privat- und Geschäftskunden AG)

Since 1998:
Exempted Staff Council member, DB Privat- und Firmenkundenbank AG, Essen (formerly: Deutsche Bank Privat- und Geschäftskunden AG), (until 2000 in Deutsche Bank AG)

2017 - 2018:
Member of the Supervisory Board and Audit Committee, Deutsche Bank Privat- und Geschäftskunden AG, Frankfurt am Main

1991 - 1998:
Head of “Investment Management for Corporate Clients”, Deutsche Bank AG, Essen

1991 - 1996:
Department Head, Bond Trading, Deutsche Bank AG, Essen

1992:
Granted power of attorney (Prokura)

1981 - 1991:
Employee in branch back-office support (proprietary trading in fixed-income securities), Investments Department, Deutsche Bank AG, Essen

1989:
Appointment as bank official (Oberbeamter)

1981 - 1981:
Civil service in lieu of military service, Workers’ Welfare Association

1979 - 1980:
Securities advisor, Investments Department, Deutsche Bank AG, Essen


Education

1976 - 1979:
Bank apprenticeship at Deutsche Bank AG, Essen


Memberships in statutory supervisory boards in Germany:
None


Memberships in comparable boards:
None

Ludwig Blomeyer-Bartenstein*

Residence: Bremen, Germany

Ludwig Blomeyer-Bartenstein*

Year of Birth: 1957
Nationality: German
Election first effective: 2018/05/24
Term expires: 2023

*Elected by the employees in Germany


Position

Spokesperson of the Management and Head of the Market Region Bremen of Deutsche Bank AG


Career

since 2016:
Spokesperson of the Management and Head of the Market Region Bremen of Deutsche Bank AG, Bremen

2013 – 2016:
Spokesperson of the Management and Head of the Corporate Clients Region Weser / East Westphalia, Deutsche Bank AG, Bremen

2006 – 2013:
Spokesperson of the Management and Head of the Corporate Clients Region Weser / Ems, Deutsche Bank AG, Bremen

2003 – 2006:
Head of the Market Region Bergisches Land, Deutsche Bank AG

2001 – 2003:
Head of the Corporate Clients Coverage Unit, Deutsche Bank AG, Cologne

2000 – 2001:
Project management work, Deutsche Bank AG, Frankfurt am Main

1995 – 2000:
Member of the Management Board of Deutsche Bank Rt., Budapest, Hungary

1993 – 1995:
Branch Manager, Deutsche Bank AG, Wolfsburg

1991 – 1993:
Branch Manager, Deutsche Bank AG, Wolfenbüttel

1988 – 1991:
Assistant to the Management Board and authorised signatory (Prokurist), Deutsche Bank AG, Frankfurt am Main

1986 – 1988:
Corporate Clients department, Deutsche Bank AG, London, UK

1983 – 1986:
Branch Loan Office, Deutsche Bank AG, Munich

1983:
Graduate Training Course, European Asian Bank – Deutsche Bank AG, Singapore

1982 – 1983:
Loan and Corporate Client department, Deutsche Bank AG, Munich and Augsburg


Education

1980 – 1982:
Bank apprenticeship at Deutsche Bank AG, Munich

1979:
Bachelor of Arts, ANU, Australia


Memberships in statutory supervisory boards in Germany:
Frowein & Co. Beteiligungs AG, Wuppertal


Memberships in comparable boards:
Member of the Board of Directors of Bürgschaftsbank Bremen GmbH, Bremen

Frank Bsirske*

Residence: Isernhagen, Deutschland

Frank Bsirske*

Year of Birth: 1952
Nationality: German
Election first effective: 2013/05/23
Term expires: 2023

*Elected by the employees in Germany


Position

Supervisory Board Member


Career

2001 – 2019:
Chairman of the trade union ver.di

2000 – 2001:
Chairman of the trade union ÖTV (Gewerkschaft Öffentliche Dienste, Transport und Verkehr)

1997 – 2000:
City Councillor, Department of Personnel and Organisation, Hanover

1991 – 1997:
Deputy Chairman of ÖTV for the region of Lower Saxony

1990 – 1991:
Deputy manager of the ÖTV's administrative offices for the district of Hanover

1989 – 1990:
Secretary of the ÖTV's administrative offices for the district of Hanover

1987 – 1989:
Member of staff for the "Green Alternative Civic List" (Grüne Alternative Bürgerliste) in the City Council of Hanover

1978 – 1987:
Education secretary in the Hanover district of the socialist youth group "Sozialistische Jugend Deutschlands – Die Falken"


Education

1971 – 1978:
Degree in Political Science, Scholarship from the Hans Böckler Foundation


Memberships in statutory supervisory boards in Germany:
RWE AG (Deputy Chairman)
innogy SE (Deputy Chairman)


Memberships in comparable boards:
None

Mayree Clark

Residence: New Canaan, USA

Mayree Clark

Year of Birth: 1957
Nationality: US-American
Election first effective: 2018/05/24
Term expires: 2023



Position

Supervisory Board member


Career

2011 - 2016:
Founder and Managing Partner, Eachwin Capital, New York, USA

2006 - 2011:
Partner and Member of Executive Committee / Senior Advisor, AEA Holdings / Aetos Capital, New York, USA

1981 - 2005:
Managing Director, Morgan Stanley, New York, USA; Served as Director of Global Private Wealth Management; Global Research Director; Chairman of MSCI; deputy to the Chairman, President and Management Committee; Head of Real Estate Capital Markets; Principal, International Capital Markets; Operations Officer, Corporate Finance; and Vice President, Mergers & Acquisitions


Education

1981:
Stanford Graduate School of Business (MBA)

1976:
University of Southern California (Bachelor of Science)


Memberships in statutory supervisory boards in Germany:
None


Memberships in comparable boards:
Member of the Board of Directors, Ally Financial, Inc., Detroit, USA
Member of the Board of Directors, ALLVUE, Florida, USA

Jan Duscheck*

Residence: Berlin, Germany

Jan Duscheck*

Year of Birth: 1984
Nationality: German
Appointed by court: 2016/08/02
Election first effective: 2017/05/18
Term expires: 2023

*Elected by the employees in Germany


Position

Head of national working group Banking, trade union ver.di


Career

Since 2016:
Head of national working group Banking, trade union ver.di

2013 ‒ 2015: 
National youth secretary, trade union ver.di

2008 ‒ 2013: 
Trade union secretary for youth to the national executive board, trade union ver.di

2007 ‒ 2008: 
Exempted member of the staff council, Universitätsklinikum Leipzig AöR

2003 – 2008: 
Member of the youth and trainee representatives, since 2004 Chairman, Universitätsklinikum Leipzig AöR


Education

2002 – 2005:
Apprenticeship as healthcare professional and paediatric nurse, Universitätsklinikum Leipzig AöR


Memberships in statutory supervisory boards in Germany:
none


Memberships in comparable boards:
none

Dr. Gerhard Eschelbeck

Residence: Cupertino, USA

Dr. Gerhard Eschelbeck

Year of Birth: 1965
Nationality: Austrian and US-American
Election first effective: 2017/05/18
Term expires: 2022


Position

Chief Information Security Officer of Aurora Innovation, Inc.


Career

Since 2020: 
Chief Information Security Officer of Aurora Innovation, Inc., Palo Alto, USA

2014 – 2019: 
Vice President Security & Privacy Engineering, Google Inc, California, USA

2011 – 2014: 
Chief Technology Officer & Senior Vice President, Sophos Group plc, United Kingdom

2006 – 2011:
Chief Technology Officer & Senior Vice President Engineering, Webroot Inc, California, USA

2001 – 2005: 
Chief Technology Officer & Vice President Engineering, Qualys Inc, California, USA

1999 – 2001: 
Amersham PLC, UK (acquired by General Electric)

  • President Amersham Health and Member, Board of Directors, UK
  • Chief Operating Officer and Member, Board of Directors, UK

1997 – 1999:
Vice President Engineering, McAfee Associates, California, USA


Education

2000:
Habilitation (postdoctoral lecturer qualification) – Computer Science, Johannes Kepler University Linz, Austria

1993 – 1996: 
PhD – Computer Science, Johannes Kepler University Linz, Austria

1988 – 1993: 
Master of Science – Computer Science, Johannes Kepler University Linz, Austria


Memberships in statutory supervisory boards in Germany: 
None


Memberships in comparable boards:
Member of the Board of Directors, Onapsis Inc., Boston, USA
Member of the Board of Directors, WootCloud Inc., California, USA

Sigmar Gabriel

Residence: Goslar, Germany

Sigmar Gabriel

Year of Birth: 1959
Nationality: German
Appointed by court: 2020/03/11
Term expires: 2025


Position

Former German Federal Government Minister


Career

Since 2019:
Senior Advisor, Eurasia Group, New York, USA

Since 2018:
Partner, self-employed advisor, Speech Design SGL GbR, Berlin

2017 – 2018: 
Federal Minister for Foreign Affairs, Federal Foreign Office, Berlin

2013 – 2016: 
Federal Minister, Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy, Berlin

2013 – 2018:
Vice Chancellor, German Federal Government, Berlin

2009 – 2013: 
SPD Chairman, SPD Political Party Headquarters, Berlin

2005 – 2009:
Federal Minister, Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Reactor Safety, Berlin

2005 – 2019: 
Member of the SPD Parliamentary Group, German Bundestag, Berlin 

2003 – 2005: 
Leader of the SPD Parliamentary Group, State Parliament of Lower Saxony, Hanover

1999 – 2003: 
Minister President, Government of Lower Saxony, Hanover 

1991 – 1999: 
Member of the Town Council, Goslar 

1990 – 2005: 
Member of the State Parliament, State Parliament of Lower Saxony, Hanover

1989 – 1990: 
Lecturer for adult education, Lower Saxony Adult Education Centre (Volkshochschule), Goslar 

1987 – 1998: 
Member of the District Parliament, District of Goslar 


Education

1987 – 1989:
Secondary State Exam, Secondary School Teacher Qualification, German Studies and Political Science, University of Göttingen

1982 – 1987: 
First State Exam, Teacher training, German, Literature, Politics and Sociology, University of Göttingen


Memberships in statutory supervisory boards in Germany:
GP Günter Papenburg AG
Siemens Energy AG


Memberships in comparable boards:
None

Timo Heider*

Residence: Emmerthal, Germany

Timo Heider*

Year of Birth: 1975
Nationality: German
Election first effective: 2013/05/23
Term expires: 2023

*Elected by the employees in Germany 


Position

Chairman of the General Staff Council of BHW Bausparkasse AG / Postbank Finanzberatung AG,
Chairman of the General Staff Council of PCC Services GmbH der Deutschen Bank,
Chairman of the Staff Council of BHW Bausparkasse AG, PCC Services GmbH der Deutschen Bank, Postbank Finanzberatung AG and BHW Holding GmbH,
Deputy Chairman of the Group Staff Council of Deutsche Bank AG


Career

Since 2014:
Chairman of the General Staff Council of PCC Services GmbH der Deutschen Bank (formerly: BHW Kreditservice GmbH)

2011 – 2018:
Chairman of the Group Staff Council of Deutsche Postbank AG

Since 2009: 
Chairman of the General Staff Council of BHW Bausparkasse AG / Postbank Finanzberatung AG

2008 – 2010: 
Deputy Chairman of the Group Staff Council of Deutsche Post AG

Since 2006: 
Chairman of the Staff Council of BHW Bausparkasse AG, PCC Services GmbH der Deutschen Bank (formerly: BHW Kreditservice GmbH), Postbank Finanzberatung AG and BHW Holding GmbH

Since 2002: 
Exempted Staff Council member in Hameln

1999 – 2002: 
Credit administrator at BHW Bausparkasse AG

1995: 
Document management administrator at BHW Bausparkasse AG


Education

1996 – 1999: 
Training as an office administrator (Bürokaufmann) at BHW Bausparkasse AG

1992 – 1995: 
Training as an electronic specialist for energy systems at BHW Bausparkasse AG


Memberships in statutory supervisory boards in Germany:
BHW Bausparkasse AG (Deputy Chairman)
PCC Services GmbH der Deutschen Bank (Deputy Chairman)


Memberships in comparable boards:
Pensionskasse der BHW Bausparkasse AG VVaG (Deputy Chairman)

Martina Klee*

Residence: Frankfurt am Main, Germany

Martina Klee*

Year of Birth: 1962
Nationality: German
Election first effective: 2008/05/29
Term expires: 2023

*Elected by the employees in Germany 


Position

Deputy Chairperson of the Staff Council PWCC Center Frankfurt of Deutsche Bank


Career

Since 2018: 
Deputy Chairperson of the Staff Council PWCC Center Frankfurt of Deutsche Bank

Since 2010: 
General Staff Council member, Group Staff Council member, European Staff Council member and Chairperson of the Economic Committee, Deutsche Bank

2003 – 2018: 
Chairperson of the Staff Council Group COO Eschborn/Frankfurt, Deutsche Bank

Since 2001: 
Exempted Staff Council member, General Staff Council member and Economic Committee member

2000 – 2001: 
Deutsche Bank, Quality Assurance

1992 – 2000: 
Deutsche Bank, Foreign Payments Fund Manager


Education

Business Administrator for Industry and Application Programmer
Studies Political Science and Romance Languages in Marburg, Kassel and Lyon


Memberships in statutory supervisory boards in Germany:
Sterbekasse für die Angestellten der Deutschen Bank Gruppe VVa.G.

Henriette Mark*

Residence: Munich, Germany

Henriette Mark*

Year of Birth: 1957
Nationality: German
Election first effective: 2003/06/10
Term expires: 2023

*Elected by the employees in Germany 


Position

Member of the Staff Council Southern Bavaria, of the General Staff Council and of the Group Staff Council of Deutsche Bank 


Career

since 2006: 
Member of the Group Staff Council of Deutsche Bank

1998 – 2021:
Chairperson of the Staff Council of Southern Bavaria of Deutsche Bank

2006 – 2014: 
Member of the European Staff Council at Deutsche Bank

2010 – 2014: 
Chairperson of the European Staff Council of Deutsche Bank

since 1998: 
Member of the Staff Council of Southern Bavaria and member of the General Staff Council of Deutsche Bank

1991: 
Private Asset Management, Generalia;
Job rotation programme with Banca d’America e d’Italia in
Rome (Deutsche Bank Group), Ufficio Titoli

1984: 
Transfer to Investments Department

1984: 
Joined Deutsche Bank AG, Munich, Lending Department

1979: 
Joined Deutsche Bank AG, Coordination Group for Investments,
Head Office Frankfurt

1978 – 1979: 
Deutsche Buchhändlerschule

1977 – 1978: 
Buchhandlung O. Harrassowitz, Wiesbaden

1974 – 1977: 
Ganghofer‘sche Buchhandlung, Ingolstadt


Education

1999 – 2001: 
University Programme in Mediation and Conflict Management
European General Mediator (EGM)
Master of Advanced Studies (Mediation) degree from the Institute of Interdisciplinary Studies of the Universities of Graz, Innsbruck, Klagenfurt and Vienna

1984 – 1986: 
Studies in Communications Science, Spanish and Psycholinguistics,
Ludwig Maximilians University Munich


Memberships in statutory supervisory boards in Germany:
None

Gabriele Platscher*

Residence: Braunschweig, Germany

Gabriele Platscher*

Year of Birth: 1957
Nationality: German
Election first effective: 2003/06/10
Term expires: 2023

*Elected by the employees in Germany 


Position

Chairperson of the Staff Council Niedersachsen Ost of Deutsche Bank


Career

since 2002: 
DB Privat- und Firmenkundenbank AG (formerly: Deutsche Bank Privat- und Geschäftskunden AG)

1999 – 2002: 
Deutsche Bank 24 AG

1974 – 1999: 
Deutsche Bank AG


Education

1982: 
Certified banker, Chamber of Commerce and Industry qualification ("Bankfachwirt")

1974 – 1977: 
Bank apprenticeship at Deutsche Bank AG


Memberships in statutory supervisory boards in Germany:
BVV Versicherungsverein des Bankgewerbes a.G. (Deputy Chairperson)
BVV Versorgungskasse des Bankgewerbes e.V. (Deputy Chairperson)
BVV Pensionsfonds des Bankgewerbes AG (Deputy Chairperson)


Memberships in comparable boards:
None

Bernd Rose*

Residence: Menden, Germany

Bernd Rose*

Year of Birth: 1967
Nationality: German
Election first effective: 2013/05/23
Term expires: 2023

*Elected by the employees in Germany 


Position

Chairman of the General Staff Council of Postbank Filialvertrieb AG,
Member of the Group Staff Council of Deutsche Bank,
Member of the European Staff Council of Deutsche Bank


Career

since 2011: 
Chairman of the General Staff Council of Postbank Filialvertrieb AG

2009 – 2011: 
Chairman of the Group Staff Council of Deutsche Postbank AG

2006 – 2009: 
Manager of the Group Staff Council of Deutsche Postbank AG

since 2005: 
Member of the General Staff Council of DP Retail/Postbank Filialvertrieb AG and member of the Committee for Economic Matters

2002 – 2006: 
Chairman of the Staff Council, branches in Dortmund

1996 – 2000: 
Exempted Staff Council member, branches in Lennestadt

1990 – 1994: 
Chairman of local representative committee for young people and trainees (BJAV) at the head management office of the post office in Dortmund/ postal services management office in Dortmund

1986 – 1990: 
Chairman of representative committee for young people and trainees at the post office (V) in Iserlohn

From 1985: 
Assignments in branches of Deutsche Bundespost/Deutsche Post AG

1983: 
Employment as postal assistant trainee at post office (V) Iserlohn


Education

Preparatory administrative Training


Memberships in statutory supervisory boards in Germany:
Postbank Filialvertrieb AG
ver.di Vermögensverwaltungsgesellschaft (Deputy Chairman)

John Alexander Thain

Residence: Rye, USA

John Alexander Thain

Year of Birth: 1955
Nationality: US-American
Election first effective: 2018/05/24
Term expires: 2023


Career

2010 - 2016: 
Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, CIT Group Inc.

2009: 
President of Global Investment Banking, Markets and Wealth Management, Bank of America

2007 - 2008: 
Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Merrill Lynch & Co., Inc.

2006 - 2007: 
Chief Executive Officer and Director, NYSE Euronext, Inc.

2004 - 2006: 
Chief Executive Officer and Director, New York Stock Exchange

2003 - 2004: 
President and Chief Operating Officer, The Goldman Sachs Group Inc.

1999 - 2003: 
President and Co-Chief Operating Officer, The Goldman Sachs Group Inc.

1999: 
President and Co-Chief Operating Officer, The Goldman Sachs Group LP

1994 - 1999: 
Chief Financial Officer and Head of Operations, Technology and Finance (from 1995 to 1997 also Co-Chief Executive Officer for European Operations), The Goldman Sachs Group LP


Education

1979: 
Harvard University, Finance (Master of Business Administration)

1977: 
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Electrical Engineering, (Bachelor of Science)


Memberships in statutory supervisory boards in Germany:
None


Memberships in comparable boards:
Member of the Board of Directors, Aperture Investors LLC, New York, USA
Member of the Board of Directors, Uber Technologies, Inc., San Francisco, USA
Chairman of the Board of Directors, Pine Island Acquisition Corp., Fort Lauderdale, USA

Michele Trogni

Residence: Riverside, USA

Michele Trogni

Year of Birth: 1965
Nationality: British
Election first effective: 2018/05/24
Term expires: 2023


Position

Operating Partner of Eldridge


Career

Since 2020: 
Operating Partner, Eldridge Industries LLC, Greenwich, Connecticut, USA

2013 - 2017: 
Executive Vice President, IHS Markit, New York, USA

2009 - 2013: 
Group Chief Information Officer, UBS Aktiengesellschaft, New York, USA, and Zurich, Switzerland

2006 - 2009: 
Head of Operations, UBS Aktiengesellschaft Investment Bank, New York, USA

1998 - 2006: 
IT Director, UBS Aktiengesellschaft Investment Bank, New York, USA

1996 - 1998: 
IT Director, Swiss Banking Corporation, Chicago, USA

1993 - 1996: 
Operations Director, Swiss Banking Corporation, London, United Kingdom

1987 - 1993: 
Financial Controller, Swiss Banking Corporation, London, United Kingdom


Education

1989: 
Association of Chartered Certified Accountants, London (ACCA)

1986: 
Northumbria University, Accounting (Bachelor Hons)


Memberships in statutory supervisory boards in Germany:
None


Memberships in comparable boards:
Chairperson of the Board of Directors, SE2 LLC, Kansas, USA
Member of the Board of Directors, Horizon Acquisition Corporation, Greenwich, Connecticut, USA

Dr. Dagmar Valcárcel

Residence: Madrid, Spain

Dr. Dagmar Valcárcel

Year of Birth: 1966
Nationality: German / Spanish
Appointed by court: 2019
Term expires: 2025


Position

Supervisory Board member


Career

2017 - 2019: 
Chair of the Management Board, Andbank Asset Management Luxembourg S.A., Luxembourg

2016 - 2017:
Non-executive member of the General Council, Hellenic Financial Stability Fund, Greece

2016 - 2017: 
Chair of the Management Board, Barclays Vida y Pensiones, S.A.U., Madrid, Spain

2015 - 2017: 
Head of Strategic Resolution, Insurance Operations, Barclays Non-Core, Barclays Bank PLC, London, UK, and Madrid, Spain

2012 - 2015: 
General Counsel Western Europe, Barclays Bank PLC, London, UK

2010 - 2011: 
Head of Legal Central Europe and Middle East, Barclays Bank (Suisse) SA, Geneva, Switzerland

2003 - 2009: 
Legal Counsel, Terra Firma Capital Partners Limited, London, UK

1999 - 2003: 
Senior Associate, Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer, London, UK, Düsseldorf and Frankfurt, Germany

1997 - 1999:
Associate, Clyde & Co, London, UK

1995 - 1996:
Legal Counsel, General & Cologne Re, Cologne, Germany


Education

1998: 
Solicitor, England & Wales, College of Law, London

1995:
Licenciada, UNED, Madrid

1995:
German Second State Examination in Law, Higher Regional Court (OLG) Düsseldorf

1994:
PhD in Law from the University of Bonn

1991:
German First State Examination in Law, Higher Regional Court (OLG) Düsseldorf


Memberships in statutory supervisory boards in Germany:
None


Memberships in comparable boards:
Member of the Supervisory Board of amedes Holding GmbH
Member of the Board of Directors, Antin Infrastructure Partners S.A., Paris, France

Stefan Viertel*

Residence: Kelkheim, Germany

Stefan Viertel*

Year of Birth: 1964
Nationality: German
Succession as substitute member: 2021
Term expires: 2023

*Elected by the employees in Germany 


Position

Head of Institutional Cash Sales & Client Management (& ACO) Hungary, Deutsche Bank AG
Member of the General Staff Council, Staff Council Representative of the Corporate Bank and Investment Bank, Deutsche Bank AG


Career

Since 2020: 
Head of Institutional Cash Sales & Client Management (& ACO) Hungary, 
Deutsche Bank AG, Frankfurt am Main

Since 2002:
Staff Council Corporate & Investment Bank,
Deutsche Bank AG, Frankfurt am Main

Since 2014: 
Member of the General Staff Council, Deutsche Bank AG, Frankfurt am Main

2006 – 2020: 
Head of Institutional Cash Sales & Client Management (& ACO) Austria and Hungary
Deutsche Bank AG, Frankfurt am Main

2010 – 2013: 
Member of the Supervisory Board
Deutsche Bank AG, Frankfurt am Main

2003 – 2005: 
Sales Manager Cash Management Financial Institutions Germany, Luxembourg and Vienna
Deutsche Bank AG, Frankfurt am Main

1997 – 2003:
Product & Sales Manager Card Systems & Sales POS, Value Added Services
Deutsche Bank AG, Frankfurt am Main

1992 – 1997:
Product & Project Manager Payments/Electronic Banking, Investment Banking Systems
Deutsche Bank AG, Frankfurt am Main

1989 – 1992:
Project & IT Manager Electronic Banking, Informatics & Asset Management Centres, Domestic Branch Systems
Deutsche Bank AG, Frankfurt am Main

1985 – 1986:
Military service


Education

1986 – 1989: 
IT Management apprenticeship

1981 – 1985: 
Dental Technician apprenticeship


Memberships in statutory supervisory boards in Germany:
None


Memberships in comparable boards:
None

Dr. Theodor Weimer

Residence: Wiesbaden, Germany

Dr. Theodor Weimer

Year of Birth: 1959
Nationality: German
Election first effective: 2020/05/20
Term expires: 2025


Position

CEO, Deutsche Börse AG


Career

2009 – 2017: 
HypoVereinsbank / UniCredit Bank AG, Munich Spokesman of the Management Board
2013 – 2017: Member of the Executive Committee of Unicredit Group, Milan
2011 – 2013: Member of the Business Executive Committee of Unicredit Croup, Milan

2008: 
Bayerische Hypo-und Vereinsbank AG / UniCredit Group, Munich Executive Chairman of Global Investment Banking
Designated Spokesman of the Management Board as of 1 January 2009

2007: 
UniCredit Group, Milan
Markets & Investment Banking Division
Head of Global Investment Banking

2001 – 2007: 
Goldman, Sachs & Co. oHG, Frankfurt/Main
2004 – 2007: Partner, Investment Banking Division
2001 – 2004: Managing Director

1995 - 2001: 
Bain & Company, Inc., Munich
Senior Partner, Member of the Global Management Committee of Bain & Company, Boston

1988 – 1995:
McKinsey & Company, Dusseldorf
Management Consultant


Education

1984 – 1987: 
University of Bonn
Assistant at the research chair of Prof. Dr. Albach, Dr. rer. pol.

1978 – 1984: 
Studies in economics, business administration and geography at the University of Tübingen and the University of St. Gallen (Switzerland)


Memberships in statutory supervisory boards in Germany:
Knorr Bremse AG, Munich


Memberships in comparable boards:
None

Prof. Dr. Norbert Winkeljohann

Residence: Osnabrück, Germany

Prof. Dr. Norbert Winkeljohann

Year of Birth: 1957
Nationality: German
Election first effective: 2018/08/01
Term expires: 2023


Position

Self-employed corporate consultant, Norbert Winkeljohann Advisory & Investments


Career

2011 – 2018: 
Chairman of the Management Board of PwC Europe SE WPG (Spokesman of the Management Board of PwC Europe AG WPG until 2014), Frankfurt am Main, Germany

2010 – 2018: 
Spokesman of the Executive Board of PricewaterhouseCoopers GmbH Wirtschaftsprüfungsgesellschaft (formerly Spokesman of the Management Board of PricewaterhouseCoopers Aktiengesellschaft Wirtschaftsprüfungsgesellschaft), Frankfurt am Main, Germany

1999 – 2010: 
Member of the Management Board of PricewaterhouseCoopers AG WPG and Head of the Business Division Mid-Caps and Family Firms in Germany and Europe, Frankfurt am Main, Germany

1994 – 1998: 
Auditor and Tax Consultant; Executive Partner of Societäts Treuhand Gruppe, Hannover / Osnabrück, Germany

1993: 
Auditing and consultancy work at Deloitte (formerly Touche Ross), London, United Kingdom

1988 – 1993: 
Senior executive at Deloitte GmbH Wirtschaftsprüfungsgesellschaft, International Tax, Düsseldorf, Germany

1986 – 1988: 
Audit assistant at Dr. Köcke und Partner GmbH Wirtschaftsprüfungsgesellschaft, Bank auditing, Düsseldorf, Germany


Education

2017:
Named Honorary Professor of the Goethe University Frankfurt

2001: 
Named Honorary Professor of the University of Osnabrück

1992:
Auditor certification

1988: 
Tax consultant certification

1983 – 1986:
University of Hagen, Doctorate in Business Administration and Economics from the Department of Accounting, Taxes and Auditing (Dr. rer. pol.)

1978 – 1983:
University of Münster, Business Administration and Economics (Diplom-Kaufmann)


Memberships in statutory supervisory boards in Germany:
Bayer AG (Chairman of the Supervisory Board)
Georgsmarienhütte Holding GmbH
Sievert AG (Chairman of the Supervisory Board)
Bohnenkamp AG (Chairman of the Supervisory Board)


Memberships in comparable boards:
None

Frank Witter

Residence: Braunschweig, Germany

Frank Witter

Year of Birth: 1959
Nationality: German
Election first effective: 2021/05/27
Term expires: 2025


Position

Supervisory Board member


Career

2015 - 2021: 
Member of the Board of Management, Finance and IT
Volkswagen AG, Wolfsburg

2008 - 2015: 
Chairman of the Board of Management
Volkswagen Financial Services AG, Braunschweig

2007 - 2008: 
President and Chief Financial Officer
Volkswagen Credit Inc., USA
as well as Regional Manager North and South America for Volkswagen Financial Services AG

2005 - 2007: 
Chief Executive Officer & Chief Financial Officer
Volkswagen of America, Inc., and Volkswagen Canada, Inc., USA

2002 - 2004: 
Chief Financial Officer
Volkswagen of America, Inc., and Volkswagen Canada, Inc., USA

2001 - 2002: 
Corporate Treasurer
SAirGroup, Switzerland

1998 - 2001: 
Corporate Treasurer
Volkswagen of America, Inc., and Volkswagen Canada, Inc., USA

1992 - 1997: 
Department Head, Capital Markets Business (Group Treasury)
Volkswagen AG, Wolfsburg

1986 - 1992: 
Senior Group Leader, Special Financing (Treasury)
BASF AG, Ludwigshafen


Education

1980 - 1986: 
Studies in Economics, Economics degree, University of Hannover

1978 - 1980: 
Savings bank apprenticeship, Stadtsparkasse Hannover


Memberships in statutory supervisory boards in Germany:
Traton SE, Munich


Memberships in comparable boards:
Chairman of the Supervisory Board, VfL Wolfsburg-Fußball GmbH, Wolfsburg
Member of the Board of Directors, CGI Inc., Montreal, Canada