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deutsche postbank ag (DPB) Snapshot

Open
€35.74
Previous Close
€35.61
Day High
€35.95
Day Low
€35.28
52 Week High
07/8/14 - €38.72
52 Week Low
01/22/15 - €33.67
Market Cap
7.8B
Average Volume 10 Days
7.0K
EPS TTM
€1.84
Shares Outstanding
218.8M
EX-Date
07/10/14
P/E TM
19.3x
Dividend
€1.66
Dividend Yield
4.69%
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deutsche postbank ag (DPB) Details

Deutsche Postbank AG provides various financial services for retail and corporate customers, and other financial service providers primarily in Germany. The company operates through Retail Banking, Corporate Banking, Transaction Banking, and Financial Markets segments. It offers retail banking products and services, including saving, checking, private mortgage lending, and home savings products; and private retirement provision solutions, personal loans, and securities products, as well as bonds, investment funds, insurance policies, and payment transactions. The company also provides corporate banking products and services comprising payment transactions, commercial real estate financing, and corporate financing, as well as factoring and leasing, and investment management services for small and medium-sized enterprises, self-employed professionals, freelancers, business proprietors, associations, and condominium owners’ associations. In addition, it is involved in the money market and capital market activities, as well as a provision of settlement services; and provides online and telephone banking services. As of December 31, 2013, Deutsche Postbank AG operated a network of 1,092 branches. The company was founded in 1909 and is headquartered in Bonn, Germany. Deutsche Postbank AG operates as a subsidiary of DB Finanz-Holding GmbH.

14,930 Employees
Last Reported Date: 10/15/14
Founded in 1909

deutsche postbank ag (DPB) Top Compensated Officers

Chairman of The Management Board and Chief Ex...
Total Annual Compensation: €1.1M
Chief Financial Officer and Member of Managem...
Total Annual Compensation: €740.0K
Chief Administrative Officer of Resources and...
Total Annual Compensation: €914.0K
Chief Risk Officer and Member of the Board of...
Total Annual Compensation: €842.0K
Member of Management Board
Total Annual Compensation: €820.6K
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2013.

deutsche postbank ag (DPB) Key Developments

Deutsche Postbank Hit by Strikes on March 2, 2015

Employees at selected branch offices of Deutsche Postbank throughout Germany will walk off the job on March 2, 2015 over pay and job guarantees, trade union Verdi announced over the weekend. Service and back-office operations will also be affected by the industrial action and many offices will remain closed on March 2, 2015, the union said in the statement. Verdi is pressing for a pay hike of 5% for a period of twelve months for branch office workers and demands an extension of the job guarantees until 2020. The union said it would not agree on a pay deal without the guarantees. The agreement would cover 9,500 branch office employees and around 2,700 employees at Deutsche Postbank AG, Firmenkunden AG and BHW Group. The next round of negotiations is scheduled for March 4.

Deutsche Bank Reportedly Mulls Retail Float

Deutsche Bank AG (DB:DBK) is considering splitting off its retail division and listing it on the stock exchange should German lawmakers approve measures forcing banks to isolate risky trading activities, a person with knowledge of the discussions said. Under this scenario, Deutsche would keep investment banking and asset management while floating its retail operations in stages, in the hope of joining forces with a foreign partner willing to do battle in Germany’s highly competitive market for consumer banking, the source said. Deutsche Bank said, "We have been transparent that the bank will review and update its strategy over the course of the coming year. It is irresponsible to speculate on the sale of any business." One possibility was to sell part of Deutsche's retail operation to a large foreign partner alongside a stock market flotation, said the source with knowledge of the discussions, who declined to be named because he is not authorized to speak to the media, Reuters reported. "We would welcome a Postbank sale. The bank was bought in a time when liquidity was scarce. That’s no longer the case today. Today, the important thing is trimming back and getting fit," he said.

Deutsche Bank Looks At Sale Of Postbank

Deutsche Bank AG (DB:DBK) plans to unveil in the spring the results of a continuing strategy review, which could include the sale of Deutsche Postbank AG (XTRA:DPB), according to people familiar with the matter and an internal document reviewed by The Wall Street Journal. A Deutsche Bank spokesman said "speculations about the sale of business units, including Postbank, are irresponsible" and the lender is focused on executing its current strategy. News about a potential sale of Postbank was first reported by Germany's Manager Magazin in December 2014. While Deutsche Bank's disposal of Postbank isn't a foregone conclusion, the move would improve Deutsche's leverage ratios, analysts and investors say.

 

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