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As result of the split-offs of Deutsche Bank Nederland N.V. from the predecessors of The Royal Bank of Scotland N.V. and RBS Hollandsche N.V. in 2008 and 2009, Deutsche Bank Nederland N.V. may, following a subsequent split-off of ABN AMRO Bank N.V. from The Royal Bank of Scotland N.V. in 2010, continue to have certain liabilities towards certain creditors of ABN AMRO Bank N.V., The Royal Bank of Scotland N.V., RBS Hollandsche N.V. and their successors. Pursuant to a contemplated restructuring, these liabilities will be retained by Deutsche Bank Nederland N.V. (to be renamed Erasmus Old N.V.), whereas substantially all of its assets shall pursuant to the contemplated restructuring be transferred to Portos N.V. (to be renamed Deutsche Bank Nederland N.V.), thus diminishing the ability of such creditors to take recourse against such assets. Objections to the Restructuring could be filed with the District Court of Amsterdam until 22 September 2014. The demerger proposal prepared in connection with the split-off that forms part of the contemplated restructuring, together with the other documents to be filed with the Dutch Trade Register pursuant to Section 2:334h(1) and 2:334bb of the Dutch Civil Code, have been made available on the website of Deutsche Bank Nederland N.V. (see below). The various steps that form part of the contemplated restructuring are described in the demerger proposal that has been filed with the Dutch trade register on 20 August 2014.

August, 2014


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