Deutsche Bank's CoCo Payments Hinge on Obscure Accounting MetricBy
German accounting law defines `Available Distributable Items'
Limit to coupon payment unrelated to EU law and ECB oversight
Deutsche Bank AG’s ability to pay the coupons on its 4.6 billion euros ($5 billion) of additional Tier 1 bonds hinges on an accounting metric that is separate from the standard results investors focus on.
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