Hecklers interrupted the speech by British co-chair Anshu Jain at the general meeting in Frankfurt.
Imagine Deutsche Bank as a boxer: a once heavy hitting champ, Germany's largest lender is now on the ropes, bleeding. It's been a long way down for the bank. Andreas Becker examines what's behind the fall.
The biggest US banks, including Deutsche Bank's US subsidiary, are equipped to survive a recession, the Fed says. Yet there are warning signs, including for Deutsche, whose credit rating took another hit on Thursday.
Germany's biggest private lender has announced it's laying off more employees than originally planned as it looks to retreat from equities markets across the world in a sweeping overhaul launched by its new CEO.
As Deutsche Bank shareholders meet, a nightmare is coming to life for the bank's 97,000 employees — some 7,000 jobs are to be slashed. Manuela Kasper-Claridge thinks staff cuts won't rescue Germany's flagship lender.
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