placard reading “This is your day” is seen on a lamp post next to the head quarter of  Deutsche Bank in Frankfurt

Deutsche Bank said on Wednesday the German lender posted a larger-than-forecast loss of €3.15 billion in the second quarter due to major restructuring(...)

“For the past 20 years, Deutsche has been ruled by investment bankers in London and New York,” said one adviser.

When a dozen police vans pulled up in front of Deutsche Bank’s twin towers on a grey and chilly Frankfurt morning last November, Christian Sewing knew(...)

Deutshce has undergone a string of overhauls, culminating with the announcement on Sunday that it will cut 18,000 jobs in a historic retrenchment from investment banking activities.

Deutsche Bank is coming under fire for the lavish golden parachutes it has paid out to top executives who left during a period of management turmoil o(...)

Deutsche Bank which has confirmed plans to cut 18,000 positions across its global business. Photograph:   Kirsty O’Connor/PA Wire

Deutsche Bank’s 750-strong workforce in Ireland are set to escape the worst of a global staff cull after the embattled German bank moved on Sunday to (...)

Deutsche Bank’s radical overhaul is slowly taking shape, with a cull of top leadership and better visibility on how many jobs will be cut and how big its non-core bad bank unit will be. Photographer: Alex Kraus/Bloomberg

Deutsche Bank will exit its equities business and post a net loss of €2.8 billion in the second quarter as chief executive Christian Sewing seeks to b(...)

Deutsche Bank gained ground after announcing that Garth Ritchie, the German lender’s head of investment banking, was stepping down.

Bad economic and company news left European shares trailing on Friday, breaking a six-day winning run. DUBLIN Complaints of a slide in UK constructi(...)

Deutsche Bank invetsment banking chief is leaving the group. Photograph: Mauritz Antin

Deutsche Bank’s investment banking chief Garth Ritchie is leaving the bank as it plans to shrink the division radically after five years of decline an(...)

The headquarters of Deutsche Bank in Frankfurt, Germany. Photograph: Felix Schmitt/The New York Times

Deutsche Bank is preparing a deep overhaul of its trading operations including the creation of a so-called bad bank to hold tens of billions of euros (...)

Christian Sewing, chief executive officer of Deutsche Bank: announced it was going to merge “parts” of its compliance and anti-financial crime unit with non-financial risk management. Photograph: Thorsten Wagner

Deutsche Bank’s chief executive Christian Sewing is preparing a radical overhaul of its ailing corporate and investment bank, telling shareholders tha(...)

Germany’s largest lender stressed that the investigations are not directed against it, but against certain individuals.   Photograph: Bloomberg

German criminal prosecutors, police and tax investigators on Wednesday began raiding 11 German lenders looking for evidence of suspected tax fraud by (...)

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