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Lender criticised watchdog for missing misconduct by its own bankers and other financial scandals
German authorities say evidence against Alexander Schütz does not justify a formal investigation
For the brave or foolhardy, UK lender remains the better bet
Germany’s biggest lender reports best run of profits in almost a decade
European equities also jump with UK FTSE 100 enjoying best day’s performance since February
Internal investigation is examining as many as 100 cases tied to the sale of currency derivatives
Lapse means lender cannot sponsor listings in city as it tries to relaunch equities business
German lender pays €10m to Don Simón owner JGC to settle claims of mis-selling exotic derivatives
Former London-based metals trader James Vorley jailed in US for a year and a day
Former EY auditor Andreas Loetscher says he should not be named in German parliamentary report
Europe’s top banking regulator dissatisfied with lender’s handling of issue
Germany’s biggest lender lowers outlook after judges nullify past fee rises for retail clients
Wind-down unit head Louise Kitchen and senior forex banker Jonathan Tinker to step down
German lender joins European peers in taking more gradual approach than Wall Street rivals
German lender relocating about 100 staff from London to cities within the EU and Asia
Meeting strict 2025 target is ‘a business necessity’, says lender’s human resources head
Germany’s largest lender raises sustainability targets one year after announcing them
Malaysian government tries to recoup money that was embezzled from state investment fund
Watchdog orders lender to take additional steps and extends special supervisor’s mandate by 36 months
Deutsche Bank economists think it’ll take a while for our grand experiment with the home office to pay off.
German lender escapes fallout from Archegos Capital implosion but will miss 2021 cost target
Munich prosecutors evaluating claim that Alexander Schütz improperly traded Wirecard shares
Three of the biggest American lenders report higher than expected profits
Germany’s biggest lender outperforms rivals and is no longer ‘sick bank of Europe’
Rebecca Short appointed as second woman to management board in wider reshuffle