Deutsche Bank AG is the largest financial holding in Germany by the employee number and the amount of assets. This is also a huge FX market player, also focusing on the investments and managing its own stock. Since 2011, it is acknowledged as a globally significant bank. The holding includes commercial, mortgage, and investment banks, as well as leasing companies, among others. Deutsche Bank caters to 13M clients, and has 1,500+ branches in Germany, and many subsidiaries in 76 other countries.
Deutsche Bank is comprised of the following high level structures:
1. Corporate & Investment Bank focusing on stock and FX markers and providing institutional clients with analytical servies
2. Private & Commercial Bank offering banking services to individuals, as well as to small and mid-sized business, including services provided through Postbank
3. Deutsche Asset Management run under the DWS brand
In 2017, out of €26.40B in revenues broke down to €11.90B of the net interest income, and €11B of commissions and service fees.
In Q4 2019, the earnings amounted to €5.50B, which was +5% YoY or 8% income item adjusted, while the loan gains increased by 7%. In Q1-Q4 2019, the asset management of Deutsche bank had positive net new money that amounted to €25B over the entire year. In 2019, Deutsche Bank managed to reduce adjusted costs to €21.50B, which was around €2B smaller than in Q1 2018.
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