Man Group’s Deutsche Bank cosplay may have gone a bit too far.
The former Deutsche Bank chief isn’t at Man Group yet, but the hedge fund’s president won't wait for his arrival.
Meet the new boss, blaming the old boss!
We're stupid, but not this stupid
Paul Achleitner is really enjoying day one of life after Johnny Cryin, while Deutsche Bankers remain angst-ridden.
Congrats(?) to Christian Sewing.
No one else may want to be at Deutsche Bank, but the chief wants to go down with the ship.
Better to let the new guy know what he’s in for, assuming there will actually be a new guy.
John Cryan explains why Deutsche Bank missed huge again, and ponders the existence of joy.
One of these two just beat the other at something, and what even is this life?
Why do we feel like Deutsche Bank is the only one that didn't see this coming?
The most beloved boss in finance is ready to replace about half of his people with robots.
No one deserves to feel like Deutsche Bank, not even Deutsche Bank.
Autonomous pretty certain that the fall of The House of Cryan is nigh.
For Johnny Cryin, the choice is between weltschmerz and nothingness.
The shame is punishment enough.
Sorry Congress, there are laws against this, and Deutsche Bank sometimes obeys laws.
The House of Cryan is attempting to create the politley Lutheran clawback.
#Everyonestalking falls into that uncanny valley between positive gossip and terribly creepy.
New rule: The only bank not allowed to bitch about moving to Frankfurt is the one already fucking based there.
Maybe John Cryan isn't the unluckiest Briton in Germany since the Cold War.
Good news! John Cryan can stop wondering when the next massive fine is coming down the pike.