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Thomas Curtis, Managing Directer and Global Co-Head
Mark Fulton, Managing Director and Global Head of Climate Change Research
Muttasif R. Zaidi, Director and Global Chief Operating Officer
Gisele S. Everett, Director and Head of Private Equity Investments
With more than €820* billion of invested assets, Deutsche Bank Asset & Wealth Management (AWM) is one of the world’s leading investment organizations.
The Asset and Wealth Management Corporate Division is made up of two Business Divisions Asset Management and Private Wealth Management.
While Private Wealth Management serves the banking needs of wealthy individuals and families across the globe, Asset Management provides investment solutions to individual and institutional investors worldwide.
Composed of four business lines, Asset Management caters to retail investors through DWS Investments; serves institutional investors, such as pension and sovereign wealth funds, through DB Advisors, conducts third-party insurance investing through Deutsche Insurance Asset Management; and invests in real estate and non-traditional vehicles via RREEF Alternatives.
The issue of climate change has long been at the top of the political agenda and for good reason: Global warming is the biggest challenge of our time. Making more efficient use of our resources is a matter of economic necessity today.
Driven by the Deutsche Bank Environmental Steering Committee (ESC) and our vision of becoming the world’s leading company on the climate protection front, our commitment has already led to some notable successes:
– Decision by the Management Board of Deutsche Bank to have global business operations CO2-neutral from 2013 onwards
– Intensified development of products such as funds for climate change, new resources, and agriculture with a volume of about $4 billion (as of March 2009) and more intensive marketing efforts by Asset Management
– Commitment to building up a private equity franchise in “green” investments
Increasing recognition of Deutsche Bank as a partner in the dialog with governments, clients, and regulatory interest groups
– Establishment of the external “Climate Change Advisory Board” (CCAB), which supports Deutsche Bank in the development and implementation of its climate protection strategy