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Trump activity raised red flag inside his bank

When Trump became president, he owed Deutsche Bank well over $300 million. That made the German institution Trump’s biggest creditor — and put the bank in a bind.

A Mar-a-Lago weekend and an act of God: Donald Trump’s history with Deutsche Bank

Trump and Deutsche Bank were deeply entwined, their symbiotic bond born of necessity and ambition on both sides: a real estate mogul made toxic by polarizing rhetoric and a pattern of defaults, and a bank with intractable financial problems and a history of misconduct.


Frankfurt prosecutor says Deutsche Bank raid continues for second day

The large volume of material being examined meant the search was still going on, prosecutors said, adding that offices of board members were included in the search without giving further details.

Deutsche Bank offices raided in money laundering probe

The prosecutors said they are looking at whether Deutsche Bank may have assisted clients to set up offshore companies in tax havens so that funds transferred to accounts at Deutsche Bank could skirt anti-money laundering safeguards.

Panama Papers Probe: Deutsche Bank Headquarters raided

In an emailed statement, Deutsche Bank confirmed that police are investigating at several German locations in relation to Panama Papers, and said it is fully cooperating with authorities.

Deutsche Bank to cut thousands of staff in investment bank revamp

Deutsche Bank Chairman Paul Achleitner last month abruptly replaced CEO John Cryan with Sewing amid investor complaints that the bank was falling behind in executing a turnaround plan.


Deutsche Bank sees India's GDP growth at 7.8 per cent next year

Deutsche Bank sees India's gross domestic product growth at 7.8 per cent in 2017, up from this year's 7.5 per cent, noting that the economy seems to have bottomed out.

Anshu Jain to work for free in Deutsche Bank advisory role

Anshu Jain, whotook over as co-CEO of Deutsche Bank on June 1, 2012, will receive no severance pay nor the remaining salary of about 7 million euros per year because he initiated his own departure.

Reverse Swing: What next for Anshu Jain?

At 52, he can take fresh guard—middle and leg, please, umpire—and prepare to face a less hostile attack.

Higher pre-placement offers from top companies this year, IIT-Bombay set for robust hiring

Campus placements at IIT Bombay will begin on December 1.