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Deutsche Bank AG (DBKGn.DE)

DBKGn.DE on Xetra

6.89EUR
19 Jul 2019
Change (% chg)

€-0.08 (-1.20%)
Prev Close
€6.98
Open
€7.06
Day's High
€7.07
Day's Low
€6.81
Volume
13,992,470
Avg. Vol
15,614,804
52-wk High
€11.28
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€5.80

Latest Key Developments (Source: Significant Developments)

Deutsche Bank To Poach 13-Strong Team Of Ultra-Rich Bankers From Credit Suisse - FT
Tuesday, 16 Jul 2019 

July 16 (Reuters) - :DEUTSCHE BANK TO POACH 13-STRONG TEAM OF ULTRA-RICH BANKERS FROM CREDIT SUISSE - FT.  Full Article

Deutsche Bank: Neal Pawar Becomes Group CIO
Monday, 15 Jul 2019 

July 15 (Reuters) - DEUTSCHE BANK AG ::NEAL PAWAR JOINS DEUTSCHE BANK AS GROUP CHIEF INFORMATION OFFICER.  Full Article

Deutsche Bank Says Restructuring Actions Will Include A Workforce Reduction Of Approximately 18,000 Full-Time Equivalent Employees To Around 74,000 Employees By 2022
Sunday, 7 Jul 2019 

July 7 (Reuters) - Deutsche Bank AG ::DEUTSCHE BANK SAYS HAS ENTERED INTO A PRELIMINARY AGREEMENT WITH BNP PARIBAS TO PROVIDE CONTINUITY OF SERVICE TO ITS PRIME FINANCE AND ELECTRONIC EQUITIES CLIENTS.DEUTSCHE BANK SAYS RESTRUCTURING ACTIONS WILL INCLUDE A WORKFORCE REDUCTION OF APPROXIMATELY 18,000 FULL-TIME EQUIVALENT EMPLOYEES TO AROUND 74,000 EMPLOYEES BY 2022.DEUTSCHE BANK SAYS PRESIDENT KARL VON ROHR WILL TAKE ON RESPONSIBILITY FOR THE PRIVATE BANK AND ASSET MANAGEMENT (DWS).DEUTSCHE BANK SAYS CHIEF OPERATING OFFICER FRANK KUHNKE WILL GAIN RESPONSIBILITY FOR THE CAPITAL RELEASE UNIT AND FOR THE EUROPE, MIDDLE EAST AND AFRICA (EMEA) REGION.DEUTSCHE BANK SAYS CHIEF RISK OFFICER STUART LEWIS WILL ASSUME ADDITIONAL RESPONSIBILITY FOR COMPLIANCE AND THE ANTI-FINANCIAL CRIME UNIT.DEUTSCHE BANK SAYS JAMES VON MOLTKE WILL CONTINUE IN HIS ROLE AS CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER.DEUTSCHE BANK SAYS WERNER STEINMÜLLER REMAINS CEO OF THE ASIA-PACIFIC REGION.  Full Article

Deutsche Bank Faces Restructuring Costs Of Up To 5 Billion Euros - FT
Wednesday, 3 Jul 2019 

July 3 (Reuters) - :DEUTSCHE BANK FACES RESTRUCTURING COSTS OF UP TO 5 BILLION EUROS - FT.DEUTSCHE BANK PLAN TO SHRINK INVESTMENT BANK SET TO PUSH LENDER TO NET LOSS FOR THIS YEAR - FT.  Full Article

Deutsche Bank Looks to Shed Big Chunk of Wall Street Presence- WSJ
Tuesday, 2 Jul 2019 

July 2 (Reuters) - :DEUTSCHE BANK HELD TALKS WITH CITI,BNP,OTHERS THAT COULD INVOLVE TRANSFERRING TRADING TECHNOLOGY ,PIECES OF ONCE-VAUNTED PRIME BROKERAGE BUSINESS- WSJ.  Full Article

U.S. Fed Quizzes Deutsche On 'Bad Bank' Plans - FT
Monday, 24 Jun 2019 

June 23 (Reuters) - :U.S. FED QUIZZES DEUTSCHE ON 'BAD BANK' PLANS - FT.US REGULATORS HAVE ASKED SENIOR EXECUTIVES AT DEUTSCHE BANK TO EXPLAIN THEIR "BAD BANK" PROPOSALS- FT.  Full Article

Deutsche Bank Faces Criminal Investigation For Potential Money-Laundering Lapses - NYT
Thursday, 20 Jun 2019 

June 19 (Reuters) - :DEUTSCHE BANK FACES CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION FOR POTENTIAL MONEY-LAUNDERING LAPSES - NYT.  Full Article

Deutsche Bank To Abolish Its 4% Profitability Target For 2019 - Germany's Handelsblatt
Monday, 17 Jun 2019 

June 17 (Reuters) - Deutsche Bank AG ::TO ABOLISH ITS 4% PROFITABILITY TARGET FOR 2019 - GERMANY'S HANDELSBLATT.A CAPITAL INCREASE WILL NOT BE NECESSARY TO FINANCE RESTRUCTURING.  Full Article

Deutsche Bank Signs 1 Bln Eur Credit Line To Finance Private Sector Projects In Angola
Monday, 17 Jun 2019 

June 17 (Reuters) - Deutsche Bank AG ::DEUTSCHE BANK SIGNS A 1 BILLION EURO CREDIT LINE TO BOOST PRIVATE SECTOR INVESTMENT IN ANGOLA.CREDIT FACILITY WILL BE DISTRIBUTED THROUGH FIVE ANGOLAN BANKS WITH CREDIT DECISIONS REMAINING WITH DEUTSCHE BANK.  Full Article

Deutsche Bank To Set Up 50 Bln Euro 'Bad Bank' As Part Of Overhaul - FT
Monday, 17 Jun 2019 

June 16 (Reuters) - :DEUTSCHE BANK TO SET UP 50 BILLION EUROS ‘BAD BANK’ AS PART OF OVERHAUL - FT.DEUTSCHE BANK WILL SHRINK OR SHUT ITS US EQUITY AND TRADING BUSINESSES - FT.DEUTSCHE BANK'S EQUITY AND RATES TRADING BUSINESSES OUTSIDE CONTINENTAL EUROPE WILL BE SEVERELY SHRUNK OR CLOSED ENTIRELY AS PART OF THE REVAMP - FT.  Full Article

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New man on the board to clean up Deutsche Bank's act

FRANKFURT The Qatari-backed lawyer tasked with trying to draw a line under Deutsche Bank's regulatory scandals has risen rapidly at the German bank, jumping to the management board after three years as a "sparring partner" on the bank's supervisory body.