|会社名||Deutsche Bank AG （DB ドイツ銀行）|
|概要||事業概要 ドイツ銀行（Deutsche Bank AG）は子会社向けの銀行・持株会社である。同社は個人、法人及び機関投資家に対して、幅広い投資、財務及び関連商品・サービスを提供する。同社は6つの事業を運営する。グローバル市場事業は、機関と法人顧客に取引及びヘッジを含む金融商品を提供する。コーポレート・投資銀行事業は、商業銀行業務、コーポレート金融業務、及びトランザクション銀行業務を統合する。プライベート・資産・コマーシャル・クライアント事業は、プライベート・バンキング及び商業銀行、並びにの資産管理ソリューションにおける能力を組み合わせる。Deutsche 資産管理事業は、アクティブ、パッシブ戦略及び株式、債券、不動産および持続可能な投資を含む一連の資産クラスにまたがる投資能力を有する。ポストバンク事業は、小売、ビジネス、法人顧客向けのドイツの金融サービスプロバイダーであり、ノンコア事業ユニットである。 ドイツ銀行はドイツ最大の銀行。リテ―ルバンキング、コマ―シャルバンキング、プライベ―トバンキング、資産運用、投資など金融サ―ビス全般を手掛ける。同行のサ―ビスは預金、貸付、債券、外貨、決済、信託、証券、キャッシュマネジメント、資産運用・管理、M&A、ポ―トフォリオマネジメントなど多岐にわたる。 Deutsche Bank AG engages in the provision of corporate banking and investment services. It operates through the following segments: Corporate Bank, Investment Bank, Private Bank, Asset Management, Capital Release Unit, and Corporate and Other. The Corporate Bank segment includes the global transaction bank as well as the German commercial clients division. The Investment Bank segment consists of origination and advisory businesses as well as fixed income currency sales and trading. The Private Bank segment comprises the Private Bank Germany, private and commercial business international, and wealth management business units. The Asset Management segment provides investment solutions to individual investors and institutions through the DWS brand. The Capital Release Unit segment covers the equities sales and trading business. The Corporate and Other segment includes revenues, costs, and resources that are held centrally. The company was founded by Adelbert Delbrück on March 10, 1870 and is headquartered in Frankfurt, Germany.|
|本社所在地||Taunusanlage 12 Frankfurt am Main D-60325 DEU|
|代表者役職名||Independent Chairman of the Supervisory Board|
|決算概要||決算概要 BRIEF: For the fiscal year ended 31 December 2018 Deutsche Bank AG (USA) interest income increased 5% to EUR24.79B. Net interest income after loan loss provision increased 7% to EUR12.67B. Net loss applicable to common stockholders decreased 98% to EUR25M. Net interest income after loan loss provision reflects Corporate and Other segment increase of 49% to EUR3.59B Net Interest Margin Total -% increase of 10% to 1.33% Net Interest Spread.|
German shares close almost unchanged 2021/07/13 17:44:01 Big News Network
FRANKFURT, July 13 (Xinhua) -- German stocks closed almost unchanged on Tuesday, with the benchmark DAX index down 0.87 points, or 0.01 percent, to close at 15,789.64 points. Deutsche Bank l
Delta Capita appoints new head of post-trade managed services from BBH 2021/07/13 11:33:38 Global Custodian
New head brings over 20 years experience, previously working at Deutsche Bank, BNY Mellon and Standard Chartered. The post Delta Capita appoints new head of post-trade managed services from BBH appeared first on Global Custodian The Leading quarterly magazine covering the international securities services industry .
db Meets: Marco Fantinel 2021/07/13 10:37:41 The Drinks Business
The head of Friuli flag-bearer Fantinel on collaborating with Mary J. Blige on the Sun Goddess range, the power of pink Prosecco and why northeast Italy is a haven for high-end whites. The post db Meets: Marco Fantinel appeared first on The Drinks Business .
Delta Capital appoints Head of Post-Trade Managed Services 2021/07/13 08:46:35 InstitutionAlassetManager
Delta Capital appoints Head of Post-Trade Managed Services Submitted 13/07/2021 - 9:46am Delta Capita, a provider of managed services, technology solutions and consulting, has appointed Nicholas Bone as its new Head of Sales for its post-trade managed services division. Building on its recent success in structured retail products and client lifecycle management, Delta Capita is enhancing its client offering in post-trade managed services which forms part of the next phase of its growth strategy. Delivering a full range of validation, settlement and other lifecycle services across all asset classes, Delta Capitas expert post-trade team can help clients navigate a range of solutions and target models. In this new role, Bone will be responsible for driving the growth of the firms global post-trade managed services offering, with a key focus on client engagement and development. Bone brings over 20 years of global banking expertise spanning operations, business development, product development, fintech, network management, sales, and global relationship management.
Key Events This Busy Week: Inflation, Powell, China Data Dump And Earnings 2021/07/12 13:40:00 Zero Hedge
Key Events This Busy Week: Inflation, Powell, China Data Dump And Earnings After an eventful weekend which saw the G20 summit in Venice repeat trite talking points (which excluding China from the whole "climate change" conversation), the Euro 202 0 1 final much to the disappointment of millions of Brits, and the official launch of space tourism courtesy of Richard Branson, its likely to be an eventful week ahead for markets as well , with the US CPI reading for June (tomorrow) expected to set the tone after the reflation trade has deflated over recent weeks. We also have the first Treasury coupon issuance (today we get the 3Y and 10Y auctions, and the 30Y tomorrow) since June 24th in what has been a very very squeezed Treasury market with 9 Fed open market operations since. Other big US data of note comes with PPI (Wednesday), various manufacturing readings (Thursday) and a big day for the consumer on Friday with retail sales and consumer confidence prints. The highlight outside the US may be the Q2 GDP reading from China (Thursday).
Cannabis Movers & Shakers: Decibel, Regrow, Cresco, GROW 2021/04/22 20:14:40 Benzinga
Decibel Promotes Kris Newell To COO Decibel Cannabis Company Inc. (TSXV:DB) (OTCQB: DBCCF ) has promoted Kris Newell to chief operating officer. In his new role, Newell would oversee the management of the company's two licensed cannabis cultivation facilities and one processing facility. "We are excited to benefit from Kris' leadership as we ramp up operations at our larger indoor craft Thunderchild Cultivation facility, significantly increasing our production of the ultra-premium Qwest Reserve product line and the premium Qwest flower and pre-roll products," the company's CEO Cody Church disclosed Tuesday. Regrow Appoints Craig E. Harper To Board Of Directors Regrow , a cannabis-focused supply chain management cloud platform, has tapped Craig E. Harper for its board of directors. Harper has over three decades of experience in the tech industry. Previously he served as CEO of Cherwell … Full story available on Benzinga.com
The leader of Citi's new tech and comms investment-banking team explains the strategy of the 'supergroup' aimed at helping clients facing digital disruption 2021/04/20 14:35:26 Business Insider
Summary List Placement Citi is rethinking how to group its internal teams to better serve clients facing disruption from waves of ongoing innovation. The bank is uniting its technology and communications teams into a new group, called Tech & Comms, to provide technology, media, entertainment, data, and telecommunications clients with more comprehensive client service, the firm announced internally on Monday. Philip Drury has been tapped to serve as the global head of the new group, which will be based in San Francisco. Drury most recently was Citi's head of banking, capital markets, and advisory (BCMA) in London, a role he'll continue to maintain until a successor is approved. Prior to that, he led Citi's equity capital markets team in New York. Mark Keene and Herb Yeh will serve as global heads of technology while Gordon Kroft, Dan Richards, and Wilhelm Schulz will be global heads of communications. Erik Arveschoug will be global head of tech and comms corporate banking Additionally, Mark Hantho, who joined Citi in 2019 to be vice-chair of BCMA after 15 years at Deutsche Bank, will chair the combined tech & comms team.
Múnich investiga a excargo del Deutsche Bank por información privilegiada 2021/04/19 18:14:00 Investing.com Spain
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El consejero delegado de Deutsche Bank presidirá los bancos privados alemanes 2021/04/19 12:00:00 Investing.com Spain
Fintso brings on board ex-Wall Street fund manager Soumyo Sarkar to advisory council 2021/04/08 10:30:16 Economic Times India
The Wall Street professional has experience of over 35 years working with leading firms like Credit Suisse, Deutsche Bank, Merrill Lynch, Salomon Brothers and Lehman Brothers.
Deutsche Bank teamed up with 6 firms led by women, people of color, and veterans on a $750 billion bond sale as Wall Street looks to elevate minority shops 2021/04/02 14:40:20 Business Insider
Summary List Placement When markets opened Tuesday and Deutsche Bank announced a $750 million bond sale, dealmakers would have been forgiven for thinking it was just another regular investment grade transaction. But for the first time, Deutsche appointed financial institutions that are service-disabled and veteran-owned, or operated by women or people from communities of color, to not just participate in the deal, but lead the effort alongside the German bank's own syndicate desk. Typically, firms opt for the usual suspects, from large, money-center banks such as Citi or Bank of America to household investment banking names like Morgan Stanley and Goldman Sachs conduct their bond sales. But Deutsche's move comes as companies increasingly turn to minority-owned investment banks to coordinate bond sales to attract new investors into transactions and to highlight their own commitment to diversity and inclusion initiatives on Wall Street. And importantly, Deutsche's decision to mandate Academy Securities, CastleOak Securities, Loop Capital Markets, Mischler Financial Group, R Seelaus, and Siebert Williams Shank as joint lead managers was a signal that these smaller firms can not just participate in these transactions, but lead bond deals for the capital markets' biggest borrowers.
Deutsche Bank trennt sich von Archegos-Wertpapierpositionen Von Investing.com 2021/04/01 00:00:00 Investing.com Germany
Deutsche Bank trennt sich von Archegos-Wertpapierpositionen
Cloud data startup Striim nabs $50 million led by Goldman Sachs in a new tech partnership for the Wall Street powerhouse 2021/03/31 13:30:00 Business Insider
Summary List Placement Even as large financial institutions increasingly begin to embrace the private and public cloud, choosing between multiple cloud providers isn't always a simple choice. Many firms might have different networks of cloud services – or even legacy databases that need to integrate with newer cloud tech – that all need to talk to each other in order for information to flow quickly and seamlessly. Cloud data startup Striim's technology enables customers to move data from one instance of a data center or cloud to another in real time. Along the way, Striim cleans and processes the data – a common use case in financial services is to anonymize payment information, for example – and performs a host of other manipulations so that data are easily received on the other end. On Wednesday, Striim announced a $50 million Series C fundraising round that was led by the $8 billion Goldman Sachs Growth Equity team, the bank's internal venture capital arm. Also joining the round were Summit Partners, Atlantic Bridge Ventures, and others.
An options expert breaks down how the secretive derivatives instruments at the center of the Archegos implosion work — and shares a 'Warren Buffett trade' that investors can execute to take advantage of stocks impacted by the $30 billion selling spree 2021/03/31 12:05:00 Business Insider
Summary List Placement In the aftermath of the implosion of "Tiger Cub" Bill Hwang 's family office, major Wall Street banks could be facing anywhere between $5 billion to $10 billion in losses, according to a new JP Morgan note written by analysts led by Kian Abouhossein. The debacle, which has now implicated banks including Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley, UBS, Deutsche Bank, Credit Suisse, Nomura, Wells Fargo, and Mitsubishi UFJ Financial, has reminded investors of the near-collapse of Long-Term Capital Management in 1998 and the GameStop-induced market upheaval just two months ago. But how was Archegos, which managed about $5 billion to $10 billion of Hwang's family money, able to build up such large stakes in major US-listed companies without having to publicly disclose his bets? The answer lies in the secretive derivative instruments including total return swaps and contracts-for-difference. Breaking down the derivatives In its simplest form, a total return swap is a two-party agreement where one party pays the other to gain exposure to the total return of an asset without actually owning it. "If I'm the bank and you're the customer, and you want to buy a million shares of a stock but you don't want to actually put the capital up, you'd rather borrow money, then essentially we have an agreement between the two of us," said Felix Frey, who founded OptionsGeek after a 20-year derivatives trading career on Wall Street.