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The  headquarters  of Deutsche Bank in Frankfurt.  The company is planning to shift certain activities from the UK there as a result of Brexit. Photograph: Bloomberg

Deutsche Bank may shift about €300 billion from the balance sheet of its UK entity to Frankfurt as client trading and assets migrate to the continent (...)

Deutsche Bank: chief executive John Cryan presented preliminary details of the cost-cutting plan to members of the supervisory board at the weekend. A spokesman for the bank declined to comment. Photograph: Sergei Karpukhin/Reuters

Deutsche Bank aims to cut roughly 23,000 jobs, or about one quarter of its staff, through layoffs mainly in technology activities and by spinning off (...)

The headquarters buildings of Deutsche Bank: prosecutors are examining the role played by individuals connected with Deutsche Bank’s involvement in the Libor rate-rigging scandal. Photograph:  Daniel Roland/AFP/Getty Images

Frankfurt prosecutors are examining the role played by individuals connected with Deutsche Bank’s involvement in the Libor rate-rigging scandal – pote(...)

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(...)

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-(...)

Deutsche Bank traders regularly asked rate submitters to make submissions that would benefit their trading positions Photograph: EPA

Deutsche Bank was ordered to pay a record $2.5 billion (€2.3bn) fine and fire seven employees to settle US and UK investigations into its role in rigg(...)

Paul Achleitner, head of the supervisory board of Deutsche Bank AG, speaks during a shareholders meeting in Frankfurt. Photograph:  Ralph Orlowski/Reuters

Deutsche Bank gave shareholders a sense of the size of its legal and regulatory problems today, when it said it faced around 1,000 major lawsuits.Ste(...)

 A Deutsche Bank branch in Berlin, Germany.  Photographer: Adam Berry/Bloomberg News

Germany’s finance ministry piled pressure on Deutsche Bank to reform its corporate culture yesterday, adding its voice to that of the country’s indust(...)

Deutsche, Europe’s largest investment bank by revenue, has set aside about €500 million towards expected fines in relation to global regulators’ investigations into the Libor scandal. Photographer: Michael Nagle/Bloomberg

Deutsche Bank reported a significant drop in net income for the third quarter of the year as it set aside more than expected for litigation costs and (...)

Smurfit Kappa, the paper and packaging giant, ended the day down about 3 per cent, after a high volume sell-off in the final two hours of trading. At one stage in the final hour, it was down 5.1 per cent

The Iseq eased back by about 0.6 per cent yesterday, as indices across the world edged lower on uncertainty over when and how the US Federal Reserve w(...)