John Gallo, Deutsche Bank's US fixed income sales chief, is set to leave the bank after just 20 months in the role, according to people with knowledge of the situation. Gallo, a former senior Lehman Brothers executive, joined Deutsche Bank in September 2015 as head of the institutional client group debt Americas. Show More Summary
But as you can see, its all mortgage debt that is coming off; Consumer credit is growing: Source: Deutsche Bank Research The post US Consumer is De-leveraging appeared first on The Big Picture.
Democrats on a U.S. of House of Representatives panel have asked Deutsche Bank to provide information on whether any accounts connected to President Donald Trump have ties to Russia.
US lawmakers have demanded documents from German banking giant Deutsche Bank detailing its ties with President Donald Trump and his dealings with Russia. It was the latest twist in the high-stakes investigation of Trump's relations with...Show More Summary
Democrats on the U.S. House Financial Services Committee said on Wednesday they have asked Deutsche Bank to provide information on whether any accounts connected to U.S. President Donald Trump have ties to Russia. Committee Democrats sent a letter to Deutsche Bank Chief Executive Officer John Cryan...
Trump + Russia + Deutsche Bank = Dealbreaker heaven.
In the aftermath of prior media reports that in the past Deutsche Bank provided hundreds of millions in loans to Trump, today Democratic lawmakers - looking for a smoking gun- asked Germany's largest bank to hand over its findings on...Show More Summary
Democrats on the House Committee on Financial Services have sent a letter to Deutsche Bank CEO John Cryan asking for information on the banks dealing with President Donald Trump. Representative Maxine Waters of California and four other...Show More Summary
"The arts centre, expected to open in mid-2018, is located in the Prinzessinnenpalais at 5 Unter den Linden - the boulevard leading up to the Brandenburg Gate.... The building will house both permanent and temporary exhibitions as well as hosting concerts, readings, talks, workshops, sporting events and a café."
Deutsche Bank still expects U.S. crude oil prices to climb to $58 a barrel by March 2018, but its bullish outlook on oil-related stocks could take a hit depending on what happens at the OPEC meeting On Thursday.
The U.S. solar market nearly doubled last year. From 30,000 feet, it's a spectacular view. Along with soaring 95 percent, solar actually became the largest source of new generating capacity in 2016 -- beating gas and wind. Take a look. But...Show More Summary
The House of Cryan is attempting to create the politley Lutheran clawback.
Mizuho, the Japanese bank with big ambitions in Wall Street trading, has made a key hire. The bank has hired Massimo Tassan-Solet, a former Goldman Sachs and Deutsche Bank executive, as head of derivatives trading. He will report toShow More Summary
Munich - Even in the historic centre of Munich, the Palais Preysing stands out: Sitting just opposite the Bavarian royal palace, the 289-year-old baroque confection practically drips with ornate stucco decorations. Beyond its grand entrance, a red carpet leads up a sweeping staircase resting on the shoulders of intricately carved caryatids. Show More Summary
You're welcome, Deutsche, we love you too.
Security is emerging as a major priority for MarkLogic Corp. in its efforts to stand out amid fierce competition in the database market. The company, which boasts Fortune 500 clients such as Johnson & Johnson Inc. and Deutsche Bank AG, today released a new version of its NoSQL store with a host of features for protecting sensitive information. Show More Summary
Deutsche Bank derivatives strategist Rocky Fishman says "dealers' long gamma likely contributing to low vol."
#Everyonestalking falls into that uncanny valley between positive gossip and terribly creepy.
Two weeks ago we reported that European stocks had just enjoyed the biggest fund inflows since 2015, just as the continent appeared to have hit its economic peak... ... and according to Deutsche Bank was rolling over. That assessment,...Show More Summary
Frankfurt - Deutsche Bank was fined by German regulators for being too slow to give the reasons for why it delayed confirmation that ex-CEOs Anshu Jain and Juergen Fitschen were stepping down. Bafin, the German financial watchdog, deemed...Show More Summary