Sterling Libor Securities Settlement



1. If you purchased, sold, held, traded, or otherwise had any interest in Sterling LIBOR-Based Derivatives during the period from January 1, 2005 through December 31, 2010 (the “Class Period”), you may be eligible to receive a payment from the $5,000,000 settlement reached between Representative Plaintiffs and Defendant Deutsche Bank AG (“Deutsche Bank”) in the above-captioned case.

2. “Sterling LIBOR-Based Derivatives” means any and all interest rate swaps, forward rate agreements, foreign exchange (“FX”) forwards, futures, options, and any other financial derivative instruments or transactions in any way related to Sterling LIBOR entered into by a U.S. Person, or by a Person from or through a location within the U.S., including but not limited to: (i) Sterling LIBOR-based interest rate swaps; (ii) Sterling LIBOR-based forward rate agreements; (iii) Sterling FX or currency forwards; (iv) a three-month Sterling futures contract on the London International Financial Futures and Options Exchange (“LIFFE”); and (v) a British pound currency futures contract on the Chicago Mercantile Exchange (“CME”).

3. “Sterling LIBOR” means the London Interbank Offered Rate for the British Pound.

4. Unless otherwise defined herein, all capitalized terms contained in this proof of claim and release (“Claim Form”) have the same meaning as in the accompanying Notice of Proposed Class Action Settlement, November 16, 2023 Fairness Hearing Thereon, and Settlement Class Members’ Rights (“Notice”) and the Settlement Agreement between Representative Plaintiffs and Deutsche Bank, which is available at (the “Settlement Website”).

5. It is important that you read the Notice that accompanies this Claim Form. By signing and submitting this Claim Form, you will be certifying that you have read the Notice, including the terms of the Release and Covenant Not to Sue described in the Notice under the heading “What Am I Giving Up to Receive a Payment?” and provided for in the Settlement Agreement.

6. To be eligible to receive a payment from the Net Settlement Fund, you must submit a timely and valid Claim Form along with the required data and/or information described in Parts II through IV below. To be considered timely, your Claim Form must be submitted online at by 11:59 p.m. Eastern Time on January 16, 2024, OR postmarked and mailed to the Settlement Administrator no later than January 16, 2024, to:

GBP LIBOR Class Action Settlement
c/o A.B. Data, Ltd.
P.O. Box 173111
Milwaukee, WI 53217

Do not submit your claim to the Court.
If you are unable to submit the required data as described below at Parts II through IV, you should call the Settlement Administrator for further instructions.

7. As described in Parts III and IV below, you are required to submit additional information about your transactions in Sterling LIBOR-Based Derivatives as part of your Claim Form to be submitted to the Settlement Administrator.

8. Your payment amount will be determined based on the Settlement Administrator’s review of your Claim Form and calculated pursuant to the Distribution Plan that the Court approves. Submission of a Claim Form does not guarantee that you will receive a payment from the Settlement. For more information, please refer to the Notice and Distribution Plan available at the Settlement Website.

9. Separate Claim Forms should be submitted for each separate legal entity. Conversely, a single Claim Form should be submitted on behalf of only one legal entity.

10. If you have questions about submitting a Claim Form or need additional copies of the Claim Form or the Notice, you may contact the Settlement Administrator.

11. NOTICE REGARDING ELECTRONIC FILES: All claimants MUST also submit a signed paper Proof of Claim which can be uploaded via the Settlement Website or emailed to the Settlement Administrator at All Claimants are also directed to submit their transaction data using the Electronic Template which can be found on the Settlement Website at If you are unable to submit your claim electronically, you must contact the Settlement Administrator at to request a paper version of the transaction template. No electronic files will be considered to have been properly submitted unless the Settlement Administrator issues to the claimant an email of receipt and acceptance of electronically submitted data. Do not assume that your file has been received until you receive this email. If you do not receive such an email within 10 days of your submission, you should contact the Settlement Administrator’s electronic filing department at to inquire about your file and confirm it was received.