The German bank is exploring the potential commercial application of distributed ledgers in the enforcement and clearing of derivatives contracts, know-your-customer and anti-money laundering registries and surveillance, and securities asset servicing.
Deutsche Bank reported better-than-expected results for a second consecutive quarter on Thursday, July 30, thanks to another solid run by the investment banking arm and a record performance by the asset management division. This strong performance helped the German banking giant overcome a €1.2 billion legal charge over its legacy U.S. Show More Summary
Back in April, Deutsche Bank agreed to pay $2.5 billion (or around $25,475 per employee) to the DoJ, the CFTC, the NY Department for Financial Services, and the UK’s FCA in connection with the bank’s role in the global conspiracy to rig LIBOR (and EURIBOR, and TIBOR, but who’s counting). Show More Summary
Germany’s biggest bank grew capital buffers and revenue briskly in the second quarter. But expenses devoured 85 pct of the top line – the same as a year ago. New co-CEO John Cryan needs to pull Deutsche out of some of the 60-plus countries it aims to be in, and cut headcount.
Bank's new co-CEO says financial performance unsatisfactory despite surge in earnings.
But the newly appointed co-chief executive, John Cryan, called the earnings “poor” and said the bank needed to do better.
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Deutsche Bank analysts hit Yelp with a biting downgrade, reducing their price target from from $56 to $31 because of “deteriorating fundamentals” at the company. The trouble, according to the analysts, comes primarily from Yelp’s local advertising woes. Show More Summary
China's stock markets look like they could be heading for free fall again, after collapsing around 30% in just four weeks starting in mid-June. That collapse was compared to the Wall Street Crash of 1929, with Bloomberg pointing out the similarity in the trajectory of the fall. Show More Summary
A little over a week ago in "Deutsche Bank Stunner: An Inside Look At Former CEO’s Role In Liborgate," we presented lengthy passages from a report sent to the bank by BaFin, Germany's financial "watchdog". The document contains voluminous...Show More Summary
(Reuters) – Consumer electronics company Vizio Inc filed with U.S. regulators on Friday to raise up to $172.5 million in an initial public offering of Class A common stock. BofA Merrill Lynch, Deutsche Bank Securities and Citigroup are among the underwriters of the IPO, Vizio told the U.S Securities and Exchange Commission in a preliminary […]
Deutsche Bank and Morgan Stanley will work alongside the state-owned lender as global coordinators of an I.P.O. of a portion of the government’s stake.
Who's nosey now, New York State Department of Financial Services.
New research published by Deutsche Bank has had to adjust the company’s forecast for India’s solar PV market up 240%, expecting 34 GW by 2020. This is up from the analysts’ previous forecast of 14 GW by 2020, thanks in part to an influx...Show More Summary
Back in June a bright, young, soon-to-be Deutsche Bank intern prepared for his first summer on Wall Street, and told us he knew what he was getting into. "Terrible hours." He was right. On this 21-year-old's very first day, he was staffed on a project at 8 p.m. Show More Summary
As detailed here earlier, Greek PM Alexis Tsipras will attempt to win back the support of more than 30 Syriza lawmakers who defected to vote against the first set of bailout prior actions last week. The move destabilized an already tenuous...Show More Summary
There are many explanations for what's been driving the US stock market, which is up by a whopping 215% from its March 2009 low. In a note to clients on Monday, Deutsche Bank’s Chief Strategist Binky Chadha argued that one dominant force...Show More Summary
An interesting chart via Deutsche Bank Research putting break-even (fiscal budget) figures on oil prices for major oil producers:Which puts Russian break-even at USD105 pbl.Reality is: Russia has capacity to increase oil output further and has done so...
From Deutsche Bank: A striking feature of my ongoing discussions with clients is that many still believe that as a result of secular stagnation “long rates will never go up”. The problem is that holding onto that view has been expensive for the past seven weeks. Long rates in the US are driven by 1)...Read More
Deutsche Bank is in the wars again. The German regulator BAFIN has released a damning report (link courtesy of the Wall Street Journal) into regulatory and compliance failures regarding benchmark rate rigging – Libor and its relatives, plus ISDAfix and FX. They are all linked. The structure and culture of [...]