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January 21, 2014
07:38 EDTDBDeutsche co-CEO pledges investment to defend fixed income, FT says
After a slowdown in debt markets, along with litigation and restructuring costs, sunk profits at Deutsche Bank and sent its shares sliding, co-CEO Anshu Jain pledged to defend the bank’s fixed income sales and trading operations, reported Financial Times. Reference Link
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September 30, 2014
07:19 EDTDBReport says Deutsche Bank holding on to unpaid 2011 bonuses, Reuters says
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September 29, 2014
07:26 EDTDBInforma Business Information to hold a conference
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September 24, 2014
15:04 EDTDBGoldman, other banks near deal to buy Bloomberg messaging alternative, WSJ says
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September 23, 2014
08:34 EDTDBDeutsche Bank co-CEO, former CEOs face fraud charges in Kirch case, AP says
The Munich prosecutor's office has charged Deutsche Bank co-CEO Juergen Fitschen, as well as former CEOs Rolf Breuer and Josef Ackermann, with attempted serious fraud over allegedly misleading statements made during a lawsuit brought by Leo Kirch, reported Associated Press. Reference Link
September 22, 2014
07:49 EDTDBDeutsche Bank fires Sydney-based currency trader, FT reports
Deutsche Bank has fired Andy Donaldson, a Sydney-based currency trader, for allegedly misreporting trades, the Financial Times reports. Donaldson was suspended in June after checks uncovered "irregularities" in how his trading activities were recorded. Reference Link
September 18, 2014
07:52 EDTDBUBS Chair says litigation bigger worry than stress test, Bloomberg reports
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06:39 EDTDBEuropean banks take out EUR83B of loans from central bank, NY Times says
European banks agreed to take out EUR83B in low interest loans from the European Central Bank, as part of a program in which all of the funds must be loaned to businesses or individuals, or repaid to the central bank within two years, according to The New York Times. Several analysts had said that they would be disappointed if banks took out less than EUR100B in loans, but a number of analysts said that a second round of the program, due to occur in December after stress tests have been completed, may be more popular, the newspaper stated. Publicly traded European banks include Banco Santander (SAN), Barclays (BCS), Credit Suisse (CS), Deutsche Bank (DB), HSBC (HSBC), ING Groep (ING), Lloyds Banking (LYG), Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) and UBS (UBS). Reference Link
September 16, 2014
14:44 EDTDBVirginia AG files $1.15B lawsuit against banks that sold RMBS during crisis
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