Deutsche Bank audit committee head to leave in 2013


FRANKFURT, Oct 11 (Reuters) - Karl-Gerhard Eick, chairman ofthe audit committee at Deutsche Bank , said onThursday he would not seek to extend his term as a member of thebank's supervisory board, which expires in May 2013.

"I will no longer be available as a candidate. I have been amember for nine years, including as chairman of the auditcommittee. I am delighted and happy that the bank has comethrough the crisis without state aid," Eick told Reuters.

The supervisory board's audit committee monitors financialaccounting, risk management and compliance.

Eick's term as supervisory board member is set to expire atthe bank's annual shareholders' meeting on May 23, 2013.

Eick, who also used to be chief financial officer (CFO) anddeputy chairman of the management board at Deutsche Telekom, is set to become CFO of offshore wind park developerWindreich AG.

(Reporting by Edward Taylor; Editing by David Holmes)

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