Deutsche Bank AG , which has struggled to overcome investor concerns about its financial strength, is replacing its longtime finance chief with a Goldman Sachs Group Inc. partner, according to people familiar with the matter. Stefan Krause , who has faced criticism from investors over his financial leadership of the giant German bank, will take a newly created position within Deutsche Bank, with responsibilities including strategy, cost-cutting and other issues, the people said. His replacement, Marcus Schenck, was the finance chief of German utility E.ON AG from 2006 through 2013. He joined Goldman Sachs last year. [WSJ]
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