DB Deutsche Bank
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- Jan 23, 03:31 PM
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- $19.03 - $19.38
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DB Company Profile
Deutsche Bank (DB) - this company provides investment, financial, and related products and services worldwide. The company's Corporate and Investment Bank division engages in the origination, sale, financing, structuring, and trading of fixed income, equity, equity-linked, convertible bond, foreign exchange, and commodities products to large and medium-sized corporations; financial institutions; and sovereign, public sector, and multinational organizations. It also provides advisory, and equity and debt financing and structuring services to corporate and financial institutional clients. In addition, this division delivers commercial banking products and services to corporate clients and financial institutions; and engages in real estate business. The company's Private Clients and Asset Management division offers mutual funds and structured products; manages real estate and infrastructure investments and private equity funds; provides advisory and portfolio management services to insurers and re-insurers; and provides investment solutions to non-insurance institutional clients. This division also offers a range of banking products and services, including current accounts, savings accounts, time deposits, property and home financing, and mortgages and construction finance. In addition, it offers payments, account, and asset and liability management services. This division primarily serves retail and small corporate customers, as well as affluent and wealthy clients, and retail and institutional clients. The company's Corporate Investments division's principal investment activities include private equity and venture capital investments, private equity fund investments, corporate real estate investments, a minority stake in Deutsche Postbank AG, credit exposures, and other non-strategic investments. As of December 31, 2009, it operated 1,964 branches in 72 countries. The company was founded in 1870 and is headquartered in Frankfurt am Main, Germany.
Deutsche Bank News
May 21, 2015
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June 19, 2015
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September 30, 2016
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Deutsche Bank AG to Exit Commodity Business (DB)Dec 5, 2013Deutsche Bank (DB) announced on Thursday its plans to exit almost all of its global commodities trading businesses. The bank cited tighter regulations, high costs, and diminished profits as the main reasons for pulling the plug on what was once Deutsche Bank's most lucrative business. One of the major rules in question, which may be adopted as early as next week, is the Volcker rule, which puts tight controls on the kinds of risk-taking banks can engage in and eliminates the ability of banks to write off certain trades as hedges. The bank will be closing its energy, agriculture, industrial metals, and dry goods trading desks; the precious metals and commodity index products desks, however, will remain open. As a result, roughly 200 Deutsche Bank employees will be out of a job. Deutsche Bank co-head of Corporate Banking & Securities Colin Fan commented "The decision to refocus our commodities business is based on our identification of more attractive ways to deploy our capital and balance sheet resources. This move responds to industry-wide regulatory change and will also reduce the complexity of our business." Deutsche Bank shares consequently fell 1.3% during Thursday's session. Year-to-date, the stock is up only 2.73%.Expand to read the full story
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