Hint: It didn’t have to look far.
Anyone can audit them, but there’s only one auditor they’re thinking about suing.
Does anything say lack of success quite like “Deutsche Bank Park”?
Thanks for the input, Cerberus, but the other Germans have sort of maybe kinda got this.
And getting caught for it.
It s starting to seem like Deutsche Bank doesn't have a clear picture of itself.
It’s like Goethe’s tragedy about a troubled bank has eyes for another troubled bank that’s in an unhappy relationship with yet another troubled bank.
Deutsche Bank and Commerzbank are exploring a co-dependent marriage predicated on ruining thousands of lives.
Christian Sewing now contemplating just running the whole show out of some WeWorks.
Hey, Commerzbank, congratulations on your impending shotgun marriage to Frankfurt's hottest mess.
James von Moltke cannot believe that the press has the balls to say that anyone wants to merge with Deutsche Bank.
Paul Achleitner has a plan...well, a new plan, the other plans were disastrous and he sees that now.
What? You try running this place!
Nobody steals from Angela Merkel and gets away with it.
Appreciative as it is for the €21 German taxpayers threw it, Commerzbank has had quite enough of living under the government's thumb. So it's going to finish paying back those taxpayer loans by conveniently diluting its shares such that the German government can't tell it what to do anymore.