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Deutsche Bank AG (DBKGn.DE)

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Tue, May 22 2018

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Deutsche Bank chairman Achleitner to feel investor ire

FRANKFURT Deutsche Bank investors, fed up with a languishing share price and dwindling revenue, will call on its leaders to deliver quicker results at this week's annual general meeting.

UPDATE 2-Deutsche Bank chairman Achleitner to feel investor ire

* Shares down nearly 32 percent this year (Updates with additional details, background, share price)

Shareholder advisor Hermes EOS for more effective leadership at Deutsche Bank

FRANKFURT, May 22 Shareholder advisor Hermes EOS on Tuesday called for more effective leadership at Deutsche Bank and said the supervisory board should start to consider a succession plan for the bank's chairman. "We ask whether the management board changes could simply mask an underlying problem, namely, the lack of an implementable strategy that creates value for shareholders and other stakeholders," Hans-Christoph Hirt, head of Hermes EOS at Hermes Investment Management, said in a

MOVES-Deutsche Bank's Asia fixed income chief to also head transaction banking

HONG KONG, May 21 Deutsche Bank AG said on Monday that David Lynne, its Asia Pacific chief for fixed-income and currencies, will also take on the role of head of its global transaction banking unit in the region.

UPDATE 1-German court backs jail term for Deutsche banker's role in carbon tax fraud

KARLSRUHE, Germany, May 15 Germany's federal supreme court on Tuesday sentenced a former Deutsche Bank employee to three years in prison for his role in a carbon emission permit trading scheme designed to curb global warming but used to fraudulently collect tens of millions of euros of sales tax.

German court backs jail term for Deutsche banker's role in carbon tax fraud

KARLSRUHE, Germany, May 15 Germany's federal supreme court on Tuesday sentenced a former Deutsche Bank employee to three years in prison for his role in a carbon emission permit trading scheme designed to curb global warming but used to fraudulently collect tens of millions of euros of sales tax.

Deutsche Bank has no plans to pull out of Asian countries - CEO

FRANKFURT Deutsche Bank has no plans to pull out of Asian countries as it restructures its global business, Chief Executive Christian Sewing told staff and clients on his first visit to the region in his new role.

UPDATE 1-Deutsche Bank has no plans to pull out of Asian countries -CEO

* Deutsche Bank to cut more than 100 jobs in Asia -source (Adds details, background)

Deutsche Bank has no plans to pull out of Asian countries - CEO

FRANKFURT, May 14 Deutsche Bank has no plans to pull out of Asian countries, Chief Executive Christian Sewing has told a company town hall meeting in Asia, according to a Hong Kong-based spokeswoman for Deutsche Bank.

Credit raters put pressure on Deutsche Bank over new strategy

FRANKFURT Deutsche Bank's new chief executive Christian Sewing needs to come up with a convincing strategy swiftly to stave off the threat of costly credit downgrades, the leading rating agencies told Reuters.

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