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 is on track to meet its 2015 targets in investment banking, it said on Thursday after restating its 2013 results to include around $487m of settlement costs and around $69m to cover impaired assets.
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Deutsche Bank has had a 'slow' start to the year in its investment banking business, due to market uncertainty related to the crisis in Ukraine and concerns about economic growth in China and Germany, it said on Thursday.
Bank of America has hired Deutsche Bank’s Michele Foresti as head of fixed-income, currencies and commodities trading for Europe, Middle East and Africa.
Bank of America on Tuesday named Rodrigo Xavier as the top executive for its wholesale and investment banking unit in Brazil, where the second-largest U.S. lender has enjoyed fast growth in recent years.
Therese Esperdy, a 17-year JPMorgan veteran, suffered what she called 'initial shock' in her first few weeks in Asia after three people told her some clients don’t want to pay merger-advisory fees.
Deutsche Bank denied a German newspaper report on Friday that claimed a senior bank official knew of alleged currency market manipulation efforts as far back as 2006.
JPMorgan, Deutsche Bank, UBS and Depfa Bank won a bid to overturn a conviction for overseeing fraud by their bankers in the sale of derivatives to the city of Milan.
Deutsche Bank was sued for breach of contract by a former employee convicted in 2012 of derivatives fraud by an Italian court.
Deutsche Bank has confirmed that Robert Karofsky, the bank's New York-based co-head of global sales and trading, has taken leave of absence for personal reasons.
The Guardian reports that Deutsche Bank has once again amended its staff dress code. From now on, instead of casual dress every day of the week, staff will only be able to go 'casual' on a Friday. And only then if they are good.
Here's are a few links to some interesting Bloomberg, New York Post, New York Times and Reuters articles that are doing the rounds today
Deutsche Bank has announced that Klaus Stoltenberg will join the Bank on 15 April 2014 as Global Head of Shipping.
Deutsche Bank put a London-based currency saleswoman on leave last month for an alleged inappropriate communication with the Monetary Authority of Singapore, a person familiar with the matter said.
It was in September 1996 when trading in three Morgan Grenfell investment funds was suspended following the discovery of certain 'irreguarities'. Peter Young, the fund manager at the center of the affair, is said to have trod the fine line between genius and eccentric.
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.
Deutsche Bank is considering John Cryan, the former finance chief of UBS, as a potential replacement for co-Chief Executive Anshu Jain should he be implicated in an ongoing investigation into currency manipulation, a German magazine reported on Wednesday.
The Sun is calling it 'Suicide By Hooker', the latest in a string of deaths involving bankers who are said to have become depressed following the loss of their jobs, or problems at work.
The Daily Mail reports the rather bizarre case of an alleged dog-napping that occurred in London last week.