Deutsche Bank

Report: Deutsche Bank considers cancelling millions in bonuses

Troubled German lender Deutsche Bank is thinking about cancelling millions in bonuses set aside for top managers as it tries to right its financial ship, the Sueddeutsche Zeitung newspaper...

Report: Deutsche Bank will have to give up US interests for deal

Deutsche Bank, Germany's biggest lender, will likely have to give up some of its business interests in the United States if it hopes to negotiate a multibillion-dollar fine down to a manageable...

Deutsche Bank customers briefly locked out of accounts

After a week that saw Deutsche Bank's shares hit a record low over growing concerns about its finances, the German-based lender's troubles persisted into the weekend with a technical glitch that...

Berlin and Deutsche Bank deny rescue plan was drawn up for lender

German Chancellor Angela Merkel's government joined the chief of Deutsche Bank in rejecting a media report that said Berlin had drawn up an emergency rescue plan for the country's ailing top bank...

US seeks 14 billion dollars to settle Deutsche Bank investigation

The US Department of Justice is seeking 14 billion dollars from Deutsche Bank to settle an investigation of fraud cases involving the sale of mortgage-backed securities in the run-up to the 2008...

Deutsche Bank warns: more cost-cutting after reporting profit plunge

Deutsche Bank, Germany's biggest bank, posted a 98-per-cent plunge in second quarter profit on Wednesday, with the group's chief executive John Cryan warning that the company might now have to...

Banking giant Deutsche Bank to close a quarter of German branches

Banking giant Deutsche Bank has announced its intention to close nearly 200 branches in Germany, citing an austerity drive and customers shifting to online banking as reasons for the move.