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(...)

John Hourican, CEO of Bank of Cyprus, photographed in Dublin. Photograph: Dave Meehan/The Irish Times

John Hourican, the Irish banker hired in late 2013 to help stabilise a lender at the epicentre of Cyprus’s financial crisis, had barely waded through (...)

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 (...)

Donald Trump once gave a personal guarantee to repay $640m to Deutsche and then refused to hand over more than half the cash. Photograph: AFP

The language was scathing, the tone sarcastic. “[Donald] Trump proclaims himself the archetypal businessman, a deal-maker without peer,” the memo said(...)

Deutsche Bank chief executive John Cryan: “At no point did I ask the chancellor for help. I didn’t even hint at anything of the sort.” Photograph: Kai Pfaffenbach/Reuters

There was a touch of Anglo Irish Bank bingo in Deutsche Bank chief John Cryan’s interview with the Bild tabloid on Wednesday. The embattled British(...)

Martin Senn in Dublin in 2013. (Photograph: Eric Luke / THE IRISH TIMES)

Martin Senn, the Zurich Insurance chief executive officer who stepped down in a December reshuffle, has died, the company said in a statement on Monda(...)

Every chairman will say his board is ego-free. Photograph: Getty Images

Last week I received an email inviting me to join a panel of self-important people talking about something I do not know much about. I said no. It was(...)

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(...)

Former Deutsche Bank  chief executive Josef Ackermann has been nominated as chairman of Bank of Cyprus.

Ackermann used his clout as head of Deutsche Bank to help save the euro by negotiating the biggest debt restructuring in history. Now, he’s been tappe(...)

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