While other banks may be concerned about the impact of Britain leaving Europe, some are pressing ahead with building projects in London that would appear to secure the city’s position as Europe’s top financial centre

A shortage of prime office space in rival European financial centres may torpedo plans by some of London’s banks to quit the UK capital if Britain op(...)

Rainer Neske, expected departure said to be due to a disagreement over the bank’s future direction, German media reported. Photograph: Lisi Niesner/Reuters

The head of Deutsche Bank’s retail banking unit is poised to step down, just weeks after Germany’s biggest bank unveiled a new strategy that will invo(...)

Prime minister David Cameron has promised to renegotiate Britain’s relationship with the EU and then hold the referendum by the end of 2017 on whether to stay in the region or leave. Photograph: Jason Alden/Bloomberg

A number of banks have put off possible investments in Britain until after a referendum on its future in the European Union, a lobby group said on Tue(...)

Deutsche Bank is studying the potential impact of Britain’s exit from the European Union on the firm’s business in the country and weighing options th(...)

In Dublin, Aer Lingus stock was up slightly but Ryanair fell by 1.8% as speculation about an IAG bid returns. Photograph: Eric Luke

The dollar bounced back from four-month lows, while Greek bond yields jumped on worries the country would not be able to make its debt payments.Wall (...)

Hillary Clinton received $100,000 (€87,000) for a speech to the California Medical Association - by satellite. Photograph: Isaac Brekken/The New York Times

Hillary Clinton and her husband made at least $30 million (€26 million) over the last 16 months, mainly from giving paid speeches to corporations, (...)

Protesters outside Deutsche Bank’s headquarters in Frankfurt recently wearing masks depicting former chief executive Josef Ackermann, co-chief executive Juergen Fitschen, former board member Tessen von Heydebreck and former chief executive Rolf Breuer. Photograph: Ralph Orlowski/Reuters

The German dramatist Bertolt Brecht once remarked drily that breaking into a bank is nothing compared to founding a bank. His observation hangs in the(...)

Deutsche Bank jointchief executive Jürgen Fitschen (fourth from right) and the former Deutsche Bank CEOs Rolf Breuer (third from right) and Josef Ackermann (fifth from right) wait for their trial in connection with the Kirch  bankruptcy in Munich. Photograph  by Jörg Koch/Getty Images

A fresh chapter in the long-running legal woes of Germany’s Deutsche Bank opened yesterday in Munich when joint chief executive Jürgen Fitschen appear(...)

Commerzbank shares lost 4 per cent in early trading on Tuesday after Germany’s second-biggest lender sold new shares equal to 10 per cent of its equit(...)

Jürgen Fitschen ( left) and Anshu Jain, co-chief executives of Deutsche Bank at a news conference in Frankfurt to announce plans to reduce annual costs by a further €3.5 billion,  cut back its ownership in the Postbank consumer unit and shrink the securities business to revive profitability. Photographer: Martin Leissl/Bloomberg

Germany’s largest financial institution, Deutsche Bank, has entered a crucial phase in its 145 year history: presenting a €3.5 billion savings and re-(...)