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Deutsche Bank subpoenaed in Trump probe

Washington - US prosecutors probing Russia's election meddling have subpoenaed financial records from Donald Trump's long-time financiers Deutsche Bank, two sources said Tuesday, but the White House denied the president was targeted directly.

White House denies Trump bank records subpoenaed

Washington - The White House on Tuesday denied that President Donald Trump's financial records had been subpoenaed from Deutsche Bank by the special prosecutor examining allegations of Russian election meddling.

Lawmakers seek details of Trump-Deutsche Bank-Russia ties

Washington - US lawmakers have demanded documents from German banking giant Deutsche Bank detailing its ties with President Donald Trump and his dealings with Russia.

Deutsche Bank to slash 15,000 jobs, exit 10 countries after losses

Frankfurt - Deutsche Bank, Germany's biggest lender, unveiled Thursday a massive new cost-cutting drive, saying it would axe thousands of jobs and close down operations in 10 countries after it clocked up record losses in the third quarter.

Ex-Deutsche Bank exec 'anxious' about probes before suicide

London - A former top executive at Deutsche Bank, who committed suicide in January, was worried about investigations into Germany's biggest lender, an inquest into his death heard on Tuesday.

Deutsche Bank fails to end four U.S. lawsuits over soured mortgages

Deutsche Bank AG has failed to win the dismissal of four U.S.

Deutsche Bank restates 2013 figures after Kirch deal

Frankfurt - Deutsche Bank, Germany's largest lender, said on Thursday that it was revising down its 2013 earnings to reflect the recent settlement of a long-running legal dispute.Deutsche Bank said in a statement that net profit amounted to 681 million euros ($942...

Deutsche Bank denies it knew of forex woes since 2006

Deutsche Bank denied a German newspaper report on Friday that claimed a senior bank official knew of alleged currency market manipulation efforts as far back as 2006.

Compliance chief quits Deutsche Bank after watchdog pressure

Deutsche Bank's global head of compliance, Andrew Procter, will leave to work for law firm Herbert Smith Freehills after German regulator Bafin put pressure on the bank to make changes in senior personnel.

Deutsche Bank must speed up reforms: Board member

Deutsche Bank <DBKGn.DE> needs to speed up restructuring and reforms to meet targets it set out for itself for 2015, management board member Stephan Leithner said on Tuesday.

Deutsche Bank to pay $20 million to settle Brazil charges

Deutsche Bank AG <DBKGn.DE> agreed on Monday to pay $20 million to settle charges in Brazil that Europe's largest investment bank by revenue helped manage funds embezzled by former city of São Paulo officials in the 1990s, ...

Deutsche Bank gets green light to sell BHF Bank

Frankfurt - The way is clear for Deutsche Bank to sell its BHF-Bank unit to Kleinwort Benson Group after the German financial watchdog said o Friday it had no objections to the deal.

Deutsche Bank settles with Kirch heirs after long battle

Frankfurt - Deutsche Bank, Germany's largest lender, said Thursday it will pay 775 million euros to settle a long-running legal battle over the collapse of the media empire of the late Leo Kirch.The payment would result in a decrease of around 350 million euros in...

Deutsche Bank 'may replace scandal-hit co-CEO'

Frankfurt - Deutsche Bank, Germany's largest lender, is considering possibly replacing co-chief executive Anshu Jain if he is implicated in an ongoing probe into currency manipulation, according to a magazine report Wednesday.Without revealing its sources, the mon...

Exclusive: Deutsche Bank moves closer to settling Kirch dispute

Deutsche Bank <DBKGn.DE> is close to a 900 million euro deal to settle a dispute with the heirs of late media mogul Leo Kirch, a move that would end an acrimonious courtroom battle that has ...

Deutsche Bank hires JPMorgan's Germany head

Deutsche Bank <DBKGn.DE> has hired Karl-Georg Altenburg, head of investment banking in Germany, Austria and Switzerland for JPMorgan <JPM.N>, as its co-head of investment banking and corporate finance for Europe, Middl...

Deutsche Bank maintains dividend but sees challenges ahead

Frankfurt - Deutsche Bank, Germany's largest lender, said on Wednesday it will propose paying an unchanged dividend for 2013 as it faces a raft of different challenges this year."The executive board has decided to propose to the supervisory board a dividend of 0.

No upturn in investment banking ops: Deutsche Bank

Frankfurt - Deutsche Bank, Germany's biggest lender, is not expecting its activities in investment banking, its largest division, to improve this year, one of its joint chiefs said Monday.

Deutsche Bank exits from gold, silver price-fixing

Frankfurt - Deutsche Bank, Germany's biggest lender, said on Friday it is pulling out of the process for the daily fixing of gold and silver prices.

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