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Deutsche Bank Survey Finds Most Staff Aren’t Proud to Work There

  • Results are ‘sobering picture of the mood inside our bank’
  • Staff still experience slow decision-making, complex processes

Deutsche Bank AG said a survey of staff found fewer of the German bank’s employees feel committed to the lender than they were a year earlier, with less than half saying they are proud to work at the firm.

“The results paint a sobering picture of the mood inside our bank,” Chief Executive Officer John Cryan and Karl von Rohr, chief administrative officer, said in a memo to staff posted to the company’s website Friday. “The ongoing transformation of our businesses, and the resulting job cuts, are causing a lot of concern and uncertainty.”