Deutsche Bank Had A Bunch Of Tough Good-Byes Today

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In addition to cuts in the Industrials; M&A; Real Estate, Gaming, Leisure & Lodging; and Leveraged Finance, the bank's converts desk was said to be "gutted," losing at least five Managing Directors and a few analysts. On the bright side, today was expected to be the last day of layoffs for the foreseeable future.

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The Germans are not yet done firing employees in Asia. Deutsche Bank fired around a third of the staff in its Asia equity derivatives business on Tuesday, as part of a global cost savings plan announced on July 31, according to sources familiar with the matter. Just over 20 people remain in the division, down from a number in the mid 30s, according to one source, as Deutsche Bank and others seek to cut costs in businesses that are failing to generate adequate revenues as the global economy slows. The bank let go five traders, four product structurers and at least one salesperson from the division, the sources said, adding that the numbers were not yet finalised because the discussions were continuing...These cuts follow on the heels of layoffs in June in Deutsche Bank's Asian equities business, which like its counterparts at other firms globally has been struggling this summer due to slack trading volumes and a sharp decline in new share issuance. Deutsche Bank cuts a third of jobs in Asia equity derivs [Reuters]