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Vienna/Frankfurt, May 28, 2018

C-Quadrat founder Alexander Schütz elected to Deutsche Bank Supervisory Board

Alexander Schütz, founding member and Management Board member of Austrian asset manager C-Quadrat, was elected for a further five years to the Supervisory Board of Deutsche Bank – Germany’s largest credit institute – at their Annual General Meeting held on May 24. The seat for Schütz was secured with the vast majority of the votes cast. Furthermore, Alexander Schütz was elected to the Deutsche Bank Nomination Committee. The Nomination Committee is responsible for assisting the Supervisory Board in choosing candidates to fill a position in the bank’s Management Board. The shareholder representatives on the Nomination Committee prepare the Supervisory Board’s proposals for the election or appointment of new shareholder representatives to the Supervisory Board.


Alexander Schütz founded C-Quadrat in 1991 together with his partner Thomas Riess. The C-Quadrat Investment Group expanded from its base in Austria to more than 20 countries throughout Europe and Asia. Today it has offices in Vienna, London, Frankfurt, Paris, Geneva, Zurich, Madrid and Yerevan. As of March 31, 2018, the company manages roughly EUR 9.5 billion for private and institutional clients with its innovative investment solutions and funds.



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