Commerzbank Corporates & Markets (C&M) is the integrated Corporate and Investment Banking division of Commerzbank AG, providing corporate and institutional clients with a comprehensive range of commercial and investment banking products.

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Commerzbank on the rise

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Commerzbank's third-quarter net profit tripled to 225 million euros as earnings in its retail and corporate banking units rose and costs for bad loans fell, in a sign that the bank's turnaround plan was gaining traction.

Barclays lose London Bloomberg Square Mile relay crown

The Final Team Member From SenseCore AG Crosses The Line To Win The Bloomberg Square Mile Relay 2014

The largest ever number of the City's fiercest competitors took to the streets of the capital on Thursday night for the Bloomberg Square Mile Relay - the ultimate corporate relay running race - officially started this year by Olympic legend Michael Johnson.

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The Comedy Bank - No One's Laughing Any More

Commerzbank has had a torrid time of it in the last few years. A record annual loss in 2003, followed by the shake up of its investment banking unit a year later. The unit significantly shrunk its London presence, closed its prop trading desks, cut back in New York, and pulled out of Toyko. Some staff were even said to have been canned over a internal TV hook-up! Commerzbank became known as the 'comedy bank' to staff and outsiders alike. But very few are laughing now.

Cityboy Uncovered - He Worked At.............

Yep, that 'brash, suited FT-carrying idiot' has been outed. Writing this last couple of years for the londonpaper under cover of 'City Boy', he has now revealed his true identity. Cityboy spent the last 8 or so years of his City career at Dresdner Kleinwort, where he was a top-rated research analyst.

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Bloomberg reports that, according to three unnamed 'people familiar with the matter', China Development Bank and Commerzbank are in the mix to acquire Germany's Dresdner Bank. Commerzbank is thought to be in pole position for a deal, however, as the German authorities are unlikely to want to see one of its own top financial institutions fall into the hands of a foreign rival.

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