John Cryan

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Credit Suisse increased  bonuses by 6 per cent despite heavy losses at Switzerland’s second-biggest bank. Photograph: Kacper Pempel/Reuters

Credit Suisse chief executive Tidjane Thiam’s pay for his first full year in the job swelled to 11.9 million Swiss francs (€11.1 million), while bonus(...)

Prof John Cryan (left), head of neuroscience at University College Cork, and Prof Ted Dinan, head of psychiatry at UCC, at the Gut Instinct: Art Food and Feeling exhibition in the Glucksman Gallery, UCC

Visual art and science are interlinked at an exhibition entitled Gut Instinct: Art, Food and Feeling, currently showing at UCC’s Glucksman Gallery. Th(...)

John Cryan, chief executive officer of Deutsche Bank. Photograph: Jason Alden/Bloomberg

Deutsche Bank chief executive John Cryan tore up his own turnaround plan in an admission that the 17-month-old effort flopped. Germany’s largest bank(...)

 Deutsche Bank in Frankfurt, Germany: bonus reductions “frustrating” for staff, but said the decision had been taken “very consciously, also bearing in mind our shareholders”. Photograph: Kai Pfaffenbach

in Frankfurt Deutsche Bank has cut its 2016 bonus pool by “almost 80 per cent”, one of its top managers has said, as Germany’s biggest bank battles to(...)

Deutsche chief John Cryan said he was optimistic about this year. Photograph: Reuters

Deutsche Bank fell further behind its Wall Street rivals in 2016, lagging their strong rebound in bond trading in the last three months of the year an(...)

Deutsche Bank: has said it had reached a $7.2 billion (€6.9 billion) deal with US authorities. Photograph: Ralph Orlowski

Deutsche Bank and Credit Suisse have agreed to pay out billions to resolve a probe into the alleged mis-selling of mortgage-backed securities at the (...)

Germany’s Deutsche Bank headquarters are seen next to the sculpture of a smiling man in Frankfurt, Germany. Photograph: Kai Pfaffenbach/Reuters

Deutsche Bank said it agreed sell its Mexico units to Mexican lender InvestaBank, and posted an unexpected net profit of €278 million in the third qua(...)

Ireland has a rich ethno-medical knowledge and a history of traditional healing,” says Helen Sheridan, professor of pharmacology at Trinity College.

GPs in Ireland used to give people a bottle of medicine. It was pink or it was blue, and if one didn’t work you tried the other one. Then, as now, mos(...)

Deutsche Bank stock rose 1.5 per cent to €13.22 in Frankfurt. Photograph: iStock

Deutsche Bank shares have recovered from the sell-off sparked by the US department of justice demand for $14 billion to settle a probe tied to its mor(...)

Frankfurt: concerns about Deutsche Bank’s ability to pay a $14bn opening settlement bid sent its stock to a record low in September.  Photograph: Reuters

Deutsche Bank’s negotiations with the US justice department to resolve a years-long investigation into the lender’s handling of mortgage-backed securi(...)

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