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Verdi union wants to fill Deutsche Bank supervisory board seat

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FRANKFURT (Reuters) - The German labour union Verdi wants to fill a seat that is opening up on Deutsche Bank's supervisory board, a union official told Reuters on Tuesday.

The seat is being vacated by former Verdi chairman Frank Bsirske, who hopes to become a member of parliament after this month's elections.

"It is indisputable that we as Verdi can fill the mandate," said Jan Duscheck, who oversees banking issues at Verdi and also sits on Deutsche Bank's supervisory board.

"We must and want to fill it again," he said.

(Reporting by Tom Sims, editing by Emma Thomasson)

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