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German lender stabilised by successful venture capital investments and lower loan loss provisions
German lender ditches plan to outsource securities settlement business to HSBC
Heike Pauls was fired after she briefed collapsed group’s management about criticism
The German lender’s capital cushion gets plumper by the quarter
German lender boosted by stock trading boom, cheap refinancing and tax benefit
Hans-Jörg Vetter’s exit after eight months in job hits lender at key moment in restructuring
German lender slumps to its biggest annual loss since the financial crisis
Heike Pauls had briefed managers at payment group about hedge fund’s criticism
German lender will halve branch network by 2024 in radical restructuring plan
Move comes after it emerged that Heike Pauls had briefed payment group’s managers about hedge fund’s criticism
German lender severed some ties with the payments group after internal review
Germany’s second-largest lender earmarks ‘at least’ €1.7bn for losses, its second increase since November
German lender ups provisions for loan losses, saying it must accept some small businesses will not make it
Things cannot get much worse for the German lender, yet there is hope for shareholders
Banks are overhauling their online offerings and closing bricks-and-mortar branches
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After dismal quarters from Commerzbank, Société Générale and UniCredit, it is time for smart deals
Lender stuck in purgatory of being too cheap to sell and too problematic to acquire
Write-off of €175m in loans to collapsed German fintech greater than provisions for pandemic in second quarter
Supervisory board elects Hans-Jörg Vetter despite opposition from second-largest shareholder
Stefan Schmittmann and Martin Zielke tender resignation after criticism from second-biggest shareholder
Arrest on Monday came days before German payments processor’s collapse on Thursday
Second-largest levy imposed by City regulator for failings to combat potentially illegal transactions
Private equity firm demands two seats on supervisory board and criticises management’s ‘negligence’
Move reflects German government’s frustration with lacklustre performance at struggling lender