Advertisement

  • News
  • Columns
  • Interviews
  • BW Communities
  • Events
  • BW TV
  • Subscribe to Print
  • Editorial Calendar 19-20

Latest Articles in deutsche bank

Deutsche Bank India Branches Report 48 % Jump In Net Profit In FY21

The FY21 net revenues came at Rs 5,537 crore, which were up 23 per cent over FY20's Rs 4,510 crore driven by consistent performance across all businesses in India

Read More

NCDC Secures Rs 600 Cr Loan From Deutsche Bank For On-Lending To Cooperatives

The farmer producer organisations being set up in the country would be able to access easier credit and market through the NCDC agreements with ICC and Deutsche Bank, which will help small and marginal farmers

Read More

Cash-Strapped Pakistan Raises USD 2.5 Billion In Bonds From International Capital Market

Pakistan had last raised USD 2.5 billion in international bonds in November 2017. This included a USD 1 billion 5-year Islamic Sukuk at 5.625 per cent and another USD 1.5 billion in 10-year Eurobond at 6.875 per cent.

Read More

Deutsche Bank CEO's 46% Pay Rise Prompts Backlash

Deutsche has handed out bonuses as workers at the bank's call centres strike over demands for higher wages. Some of those workers earn as little as 12 euros an hour, according to union officials.

Read More

Deutsche Bank And Mastercard To Deepen Cooperation On Payments

McKinsey and Capgemini are projecting growth in digital payments revenues and transactions, and Deutsche Bank hopes that the segment will provide it with additional income as it further cuts costs.

Read More

Merkel's Vote Of Confidence In Deutsche Bank Belies Lender's Problems

Deutsche, which is in the midst of a major overhaul, is forecast to make 1.6 billion euros less in revenue in 2022 than in 2020, a drop of 6%, based on a consensus forecast of analysts.

Read More

Deutsche Bank Swings To First Net Profit Since 2014

The net profit attributable to shareholders of 113 million euros ($135.69 million) compares with a 2019 loss of 5.7 billion euros. Analysts had expected a loss of about 300 million euros for 2020.

Read More

Regulators Press Deutsche Bank CEO To Drop Investment Bank Role

Germany's biggest bank is one of the few major banks in the world to assign day-to-day oversight of investment banking to its chief executive. At most banks, other board members oversee the division.

Read More

Trump Dropped By Biggest Lender Deutsche Bank For Future Business

The president was handed a rebuke by the world of professional golf this week, with the PGA of America and the R&A both announcing they would shun two courses owned by the President in the wake of the Capitol storming.

Read More

Deutsche Bank Likely To Agree To Pay $100 Million Over Bribery Charges - NYT

Deutsche Bank, Germany's largest lender, is expected to enter into a so-called deferred prosecution agreement in Brooklyn federal court

Read More

ANZ, Citi, Deutsche Bank Committed For Trial In Australian Court On Criminal Cartel Charges

The regulator has accused the investment banks of colluding over a A$2.5 billion ($1.8 billion) 2015 share issue to withhold unsold shares and keep the stock price from falling.

Read More

Deutsche Bank Swings To Surprise Profit In Third Quarter

Germany's largest lender last posted a quarterly profit in January-March 2019, and this time was in part helped by strength at its investment banking division.

Read More

Deutsche Bank In Talks To Sell IT Unit As It Trims Staff

Postbank Systems has around 1,400 employees, mainly in the German city of Bonn. A sale would help Deutsche reach its goal of shedding 18,000 staff overall to cut costs and restore profitability.

Read More

Global Stocks Recover On Signs Of Trump's Improving Health

The MSCI world equity index, which tracks shares in 49 countries, was up 0.4% by 0812 GMT, supported by overnight gains across Asia and a positive start in Europe.

Read More

NEC To Buy Swiss Software Firm Avaloq For $2.2 Billion

NEC recently received a 64.5 billion yen ($560 million) investment from Japanese telecoms company Nippon Telegraph and Telephone (NTT) to beef up its efforts to develop fifth-generation (5G) wireless technologies.

Read More