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Deutsche Bank Mismarked 37 Deals Like Paschi's, Audit Says

Deutsche Bank AG, indicted for colluding with Banca Monte dei Paschi di Siena SpA to conceal the Italian lender's losses, mismarked the transaction and dozens of others on its own books, according to an audit commissioned by Germany's regulator.Executives at Deutsche Bank arranged 103 similar deals with a total value of 10.5 billion euros ($11.8 billion) for 30 clients, according to the audit, a copy of which was seen by Bloomberg.
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