Deutsche Bank general meeting spotlights a company in turmoil - Top banks to pay multi-billion fine - German trade show in Georgia showcases burgeoning business
Business Brief 05/21/2015
At its annual shareholder meeting, Germany's scandal-hit Deutsche Bank has said it's seeking to make former top managers pay for past mistakes. Investors want a bigger say in future capital increases.
Deutsche Bank has given up its dream of becoming a global player. In an attempt to finally become successful again, the company is refocusing on its home market. That could work, but might not, thinks Henrik Böhme.
Germany's biggest lender reportedly plans to withhold millions in bonuses for former board members and demand the repayment of existing bonuses. The move comes as the bank is still struggling to stay afloat.
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