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Deutsche Bank Weighs Move to 2-Days-a-Week Remote Working

  • Plans across European banks vary from 20%-50% work from home
  • Regulatory concerns may result in a different policy for some
   
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Deutsche Bank AG is weighing a new policy that would allow most employees to permanently work from home two days a week as the lender draws lessons from the coronavirus pandemic.

Germany’s largest bank has been discussing the changes for several months and the two-days rule has emerged as the preferred scenario, people familiar with the matter said. Some regulatory questions still need to be answered and any policy won’t be applied uniformly to all staff, the people said, asking not to be identified discussing private information.