Deutsche Bank’s Thoma to Step Down in Wake of Board ClashBy
Lawyer Louise Parent to lead integrity panel on interim basis
Thoma faced isolation after intensive probes, people say
Deutsche Bank AG supervisory board member Georg Thoma is stepping down two years before his contract ends, capping a week of turbulence at Germany’s biggest lender after criticism that he went too far in probing potential wrongdoing within its ranks.
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