Executives and guests from Deutsche Bank and members of the United States Armed Forces will visit the New York Stock Exchange on Wednesday, September 1 to launch the bank’s US veterans outreach program, a broad recruitment and support effort for former military personnel. As part of this event, the Bank will announce several new initiatives, including a new employee network group, which will promote career development and support for the veteran community inside Deutsche Bank and throughout the financial services industry.

 In honor of this special occasion, Assistant Secretary of Defense for Reserve Affairs, Dennis McCarthy will join Deutsche Bank Americas CEO Seth Waugh on the podium to ring the Opening BellSM. Also attending will be the Commanding General of the United States Army Reserve, Lieutenant General Jack Stultz; Adjutant General of the Massachusetts National Guard, Major General Joseph Carter; Adjutant General of the New York National Guard, Brigadier General Patrick Murphy; and Senior Enlisted Advisor for the Assistant Secretary of Defense for Reserve Affairs, Command Sergeant Major John Gipe.

 PGA TOUR professional and defending champion of the Deutsche Bank Championship, Steve Stricker will also be in attendance to help mark the opening of the Eighth Annual Deutsche Bank Championship Golf tournament held at the Tournament Players Club Boston in Norton,Mass., from Tues, Aug. 31 through Mon, Sept. 6. The Deutsche Bank Championship will feature an expanded program for members of the military that will include an opening ceremony to kick off the Championship and Red Sox Pro-Am as well as a ribbon-cutting ceremony to open a new Military Patriot Outpost on-site. The DBC also will provide complimentary admission to all active, reserve and retired military service members and their dependents throughout the week.

Wednesday, September 1, 2010 NYSE – Security Checkpoint at Exchange & Broad Streets
9:00 a.m.           Media escorted into the building for bell ringing

9:30 a.m.           The Opening Bell is rung