Agents from the U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation met with Deutsche Bank trader Robert Wallden as part of probe into alleged manipulation of currency markets, according to a person briefed on the matter.
Deutsche Bank has a truly global reach. Throughout the world, the bank active in many markets, economies and financial sectors. But despite its size, focus and purpose flows through the organization. Many voices, many cultures, many disciplines, many ways of looking at the world. One clear vision. Deutsche Bank is diverse in the widest sense of the word.
Deutsche Bank launched a legal appeal against a German labour court ruling that forced it to reinstate four fired traders, potentially exposing the lender to new embarrassing testimony.
The regulator of Dubai's tax-free financial centre has sued Deutsche Bank, claiming that the lender unlawfully refused to provide information as part of an investigation into alleged breaches of its rules.
Deutsche Bank plans to more than triple its Irish workforce over the next three years to exceed 1,000 employees.
Deutsche Bank and Barclays lost a court bid to stop companies from linking claims about the manipulation of benchmark rates to lawsuits initially filed over improper sales of interest-rate hedging products
Organisational lapses by Deutsche Bank provided a working environment that could have led to the rigging of interest rates, a German labour court said in a written judgement released this week.
Deutsche Bank announced that the appointment of Kim Hammonds as Chief Information Officer and Global Co-Head of Group Technology & Operations (GTO).
Currency traders from Deutsche Bank to HSBC, after enjoying a boom just a few months ago amid speculation the Federal Reserve was preparing to pare its record stimulus, are again seeing their profits squeezed.
In the money.
Munich prosecutors opened an administrative probe of Deutsche Bank as part of a review of testimony related to a lawsuit that alleges the lender helped cause the collapse of a German media company.
The Daily Mail reports the rather bizarre case of an alleged dog-napping that occurred in London last week.
This year, Deutsche Bank decided to demonstrate that you could do without unnecessary bank costs.
Deutsche Bank has announced that it will form a Corporate Banking & Securities (CB&S) Executive Committee, comprised of the following members:
The base is the ace!
David Parse, a former Deutsche Bank accountant, was sentenced to three and a half years in prison for his role in what prosecutors claim is the biggest criminal tax-fraud prosecution in history.
To hire, or not to hire..
Twitter's shares slipped on Monday after some of the five lead underwriters of its initial public offering said the social media firm may not achieve Facebook-like scale and its stock may not rise much higher.
Deutsche Bank Private Wealth Management is strengthening its cash management offering with the appointment of Torben Nielsen to a newly created role, Global Head of Cash Products.
Deutsche Bank has announced the Executive Committee for its integrated Asset & Wealth Management division. Michele Faissola will chair the committee.
The Financial Times reports that Deutsche Bank is set to announce the departure of two senior executives from its fund management business. The executives are thought likely to be axed following a wide-ranging review of how the unit should be run. It is believed that the fund arm will, in future, be operated along product lines rather than geographically.
More embarrassing banker emails ?
Another day, another possible scandal
Japan's securities market watchdog is investigating whether Deutsche Bank employees provided excessive entertainment to Japanese pension fund executives in breach of regulations, sources with knowledge of the matter said.