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Report: Shareholder advisory firm recommends vote against Fitschen's performance

Glass Lewis recommended that 's shareholders do notapprove of Co-CEO Jürgen Fitschen's performance, Reuters reported May 6.

The shareholder advisory firm also recommended that shareholdersvote against the performance of former Co-CEO Anshu Jain and former executivesStefan Krause, Stephan Leithner, Henry Ritchotte and Stuart Lewis.

Glass Lewis joined ISS in recommending that shareholdersvote in favor of an audit into whether management breached obligations onlegal and regulatory matters.

Deputy Chairman Alfred Herling recently Georg Thoma over the latter'sapproach in probing potential wrongdoing within the bank's ranks. Thoma steppeddown from the bank's supervisory board.

U.K.-based shareholder advisory firm Pirc recommended thatshareholders do not endorse the bank's board members, Reuters added, noting,however, that ISS recommended that investors vote in favor of Deutsche Bank'smanagement at the May 19 meeting.