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Company: Deutsche Bank
Deutsche Bank and Barclays have released their third quarter results. Which is the more appealing of the two?
Where do you find the most cheerful bankers? The most sullen? The most corporate? The most outdoorsy? The most arty and the most freakishly weird?
Deutsche Bank isn't pulling back from the U.S., but this doesn't mean European banks' U.S. operations are in for an easy time.
Whenever a financial services organisation talks about expansion within the UK outside of London, it’s invariably associated with ‘nearshoring’, shared services or some other method of cutting costs.
There was more to the third quarter than excitement on fixed income desks.
Morning Coffee: What happens if Deutsche dumps its U.S. investment bank? Pay to play for the City of London
Deutsche's U.S. investment bank punches above its weight when it comes to fines and below its weight when it comes fees.
As Ravi Raju leaves Deutsche for UBS, many of his former colleagues are expected to follow him.
If you're a managing director at Deutsche Bank now, you might be feeling a little trapped. Don't be. Cast your eyes across to Deutsche's former global head of…
So, maybe this is the real issue at Deutsche?
Singapore and Hong Kong are avoiding the worst of Deutsche’s cuts but some roles are being axed and some staff are searching for work elsewhere.
Life as a junior in IBD can be harsh, but is your youth spent any more productively as an analyst or associate on a trading floor?