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Last €31.18 EUR
Change Today -0.14 / -0.45%
Volume 11.5K
As of 11:30 AM 04/24/15 All times are local (Market data is delayed by at least 15 minutes).

deutsche bank ag-registered (DBK) Snapshot

Open
€31.52
Previous Close
€31.32
Day High
€32.10
Day Low
€31.18
52 Week High
04/14/15 - €33.40
52 Week Low
10/16/14 - €22.70
Market Cap
43.0B
Average Volume 10 Days
18.1K
EPS TTM
--
Shares Outstanding
1.4B
EX-Date
05/22/15
P/E TM
--
Dividend
€0.75
Dividend Yield
2.29%
Current Stock Chart for DEUTSCHE BANK AG-REGISTERED (DBK)

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deutsche bank ag-registered (DBK) Details

Deutsche Bank Aktiengesellschaft provides investment, financial, and related products and services worldwide. Its Corporate Banking & Securities division engages in selling, trading, and structuring a range of fixed income, equity, equity-linked, foreign exchange, and commodities products. This division also provides mergers and acquisitions, equity and debt financing, and general corporate finance advice, as well as various financial services to public sector. The company’s Global Transaction Banking division offers commercial banking products and services, including deposit taking, domestic and cross-border payments, trade finance, supply chain finance, and securities services comprising trust, agency, depositary, custody, and related services. Its Asset & Wealth Management division provides wealth management and private banking services, including lending and discretionary portfolio management to high-net-worth and ultra-high-net worth individuals, and family offices. This division also offers equities, fixed income, real estate, infrastructure, private equity, and hedge funds. The company’s Private & Business Clients division offers banking products and services, such as investment and insurance, mortgages, business products, consumer finance, payments, cards and accounts, deposits and mid-cap related products, as well as postal services and non-bank products in Postbank. As of December 31, 2014, it operated 2,814 branches in 71 countries. Deutsche Bank Aktiengesellschaft was founded in 1870 and is headquartered in Frankfurt am Main, Germany.

98,138 Employees
Last Reported Date: 03/20/15
Founded in 1870

deutsche bank ag-registered (DBK) Top Compensated Officers

Co-Chairman of Management Board and Co-Chief ...
Total Annual Compensation: €3.8M
Co-Chairman of Management Board and Co-Chief ...
Total Annual Compensation: €3.8M
Chief Financial Officer, Head of Strategy & O...
Total Annual Compensation: €2.4M
Chief Operating Officer and Member of Managem...
Total Annual Compensation: €2.4M
Member of Management Board and Chief Executiv...
Total Annual Compensation: €2.4M
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.

deutsche bank ag-registered (DBK) Key Developments

Deutsche Bank Reportedly Receives Offer For Hua Xia Stake

Deutsche Bank AG (DB:DBK) plans to divest its 20% stake in Hua Xia Bank Co., Limited (SHSE:600015). The stake in valued about $4.8 billion. Reuters reported that it has received at least one offer from a Chinese financial institution to acquire the stake. Deutsche Bank is seeking to sell Deutsche Postbank AG (XTRA:DPB) as part of a revamp to improve profitability.

Deutsche Bank Reaches Joint Settlement with US and UK Regulators over All of Their Remaining Investigations into Past Submissions for Interbank Offered Rates Benchmarks

Deutsche Bank announced that it has reached a joint settlement with US and UK regulators over all of their remaining investigations into past submissions for interbank offered rates (IBOR) benchmarks. The resolution with the Department of Justice (DOJ), Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) and New York State Department of Financial Services (NYDFS) in the US and FCA in the UK is part of an industry-wide investigation into the setting of IBOR across a range of currencies. As part of the settlement, Deutsche Bank agreed to pay penalties of USD 2.175 billion to the DOJ, CFTC and NYDFS and GBP 226.8 million to the FCA. Deutsche Bank will book an additional provision of approximately EUR 1.5 billion for IBOR and other matters in its first-quarter 2015 financial results. No current or former member of the Management Board was found to have been involved in or aware of the trader misconduct. Deutsche Bank holds accountable those found to have acted inconsistently with its standards. It has worked intensively in investigating the matter. The Bank's internal investigation involved the collection of more than 150 million electronic documents and 850,000 audio files and the review of more than 21 million electronic documents and 320,000 audio files. The Bank recognises that there were defects and delays in collecting and producing documents and audio. It has significantly increased the number of employees dedicated to electronic discovery to 200 and raised expenditure by 600% since 2012. Specific changes to procedures and controls across Deutsche Bank include: Creating a Benchmark and Index Control Group, which now oversees the Bank's IBOR submissions and reports to Risk Management, an independent control function; Completely segregating duties between LIBOR/EURIBOR submitters and traders, including physical separation. Submissions are now based on observable transactions, not estimates, to the extent possible; Upgrading the Bank's systems and controls so that it can more quickly identify electronic and voice communications that are of interest to regulators and to the Bank. This is part of the previously announced EUR 1 billion programme to upgrade systems and controls.

Deutsche Bank to Pay $2.5 Billion Fines to US Justice Department and Britain's financial Conduct Authority

The US Justice Department announced $2.17 billion in fines against Deutsche Bank, which agreed to plead guilty to manipulating interest rates. The bank entered into a deferred prosecution agreement to settle charges it rigged the London InterBank Offered Rate. Deutsche agreed to $2.5 billion in overall fines for rigging LIBOR and other rates, including penalties announced by Britain's Fianncial Conduct Authority.

 

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