Deutsche Bank Reported to Mull Partial U.S. Retreat to Cut Costs

  • U.S. pullback was discussed by supervisory board: Sueddeutsche
  • CEO Cryan under pressure to lower costs amid rising legal bill

Deutsche Bank AG, Germany’s biggest bank, is considering options such as scaling back U.S. operations as part of a wider overhaul to lower costs, according to several media reports.

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