Here's an interesting one.
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.
Cash is no longer King.
Deutsche Bank has fired three currency traders in New York as regulators worldwide ramp up their investigations into potential manipulation of the $5-tril-a-day foreign exchange market, according to a person briefed on the matter.
The foreign-exchange trading business was in upheaval across Wall Street as senior executives resigned and others were fired amid an expanding probe of possible currency manipulation.
Deutsche Bank and Saint-Etienne, a centuries-old town in France’s Massif Central region, settled a four-year-old 'toxic' loan spat this week. But the town’s woes aren’t over as other banks aren’t playing ball, its mayor said.
The reputational risks surrounding Deutsche Bank have grown and it still has some way to go to win back public trust and prove it can overhaul its corporate culture, the bank's two chief executives said on Wednesday.
Citigroup is increasing its gas and power business in Europe as competitors from Bank of America to Deutsche Bank withdraw amid tighter regulation and staff cuts at utilities.
Deutsche Bank is confident it can reach its profitability targets for 2015 despite reporting a surprise loss of almost $1.56 billion in the fourth quarter of 2013, the bank's co-chief executive told CNBC.
Sad to report.
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.
Deutsche Bank has announced that Michael R. Halsband will join the firm as a Director in the Capital Markets and Treasury Solutions Group.
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Deutsche Bank's incoming leadership, Anshu Jain and Juergen Fitschen, are thought to be moving quickly to put their own stamp on the organisation.
Deutsche Bank has announced that it will form a Corporate Banking & Securities (CB&S) Executive Committee, comprised of the following members:
Deutsche Bank may escape with a lighter penalty than other banks in Europe if investigators impose fines in the wake of an interest rate-rigging scandal, two sources familiar with the bank told Reuters on Sunday.
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Although UK regulator The Financial Services Authority's investigation into those Citigroup 'Dr Evil' bond trades is ongoing, the smart money is on a rap over the knuckles and a small fine, probably related to a failure to exercise proper controls.
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.