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October 13, 2011

Commerzbank's Mittelstandsbank is once again Germany's best Cash Manager

Commerzbank's Mittelstandsbank has once again been voted "Best Domestic Cash Manager Germany" by the recent survey of the international finance magazine, "Euromoney". Over 16,000 finance professionals from over 110 countries took part in the survey. They were asked to assess the quality and service provided by banks in the area of Cash Management on a national, regional and international level. Published in the October 2011 edition of the magazine, the results of the survey confirmed the previous year's outcome - Commerzbank achieved 1st place in this category in 2010 as well.

Today more than ever, efficient Cash Management is a significant success factor for all businesses. As Klaus Windheuser, Global Head Cash Management & International Business at Commerzbank observed: "In this regard, the choice of the right partner is decisive. Among finance professionals, the Euromoney survey is recognised as providing an objective and representative overview of the quality of Cash Management services and we are delighted to have been able to repeat last year’s success. This proves our claim to be the leading Cash Management strategic partner for German corporate business."

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About Commerzbank

Commerzbank is Germany's leading bank for retail and corporate banking. With its segments Retail Banking, Mittelstandsbank, Corporates & Markets, Central & Eastern Europe and Asset Based Finance, Commerzbank offers its customers an attractive product portfolio and is recognised as an especially strong partner for export-oriented SMEs in Germany and worldwide. With around 1,200 branches, Commerzbank has one of the densest branch networks of any German private bank. The bank has around 60 offices in 50 countries and serves more than 14 million private and one million business and corporate customers worldwide. In 2010, Commerzbank's 59,100 employees generated gross revenues of 12.7 billion Euros.