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  • Reuters2 years ago

    Deutsche Bank CEO to shy away from "big bang" reform at board summit

    John Cryan, Deutsche Bank's new chief executive, will not present "big bang" reforms at a weekend supervisory board retreat, rather an acceleration of existing plans to shed assets and exit countries. Cryan's ability to reform is constrained by factors that include costly litigation and fallout from turmoil in Asian markets. Also, his job is made more difficult because Deutsche is the last big investment bank to try to slim down, embarking on its restructuring long after rivals such as UBS, Barclays and Credit Suisse.

  • Reuters2 years ago

    Deutsche Bank CEO to shy away from "big bang" reform at board summit

    John Cryan, Deutsche Bank's new chief executive, will not present "big bang" reforms when the supervisory board gathers Thursday evening, rather an acceleration of existing plans to shed assets and exit countries. Cryan's ability to launch major reforms is limited by numerous factors, including the costly overhang of outstanding litigation, discussions held by Reuters with several people involved in the weekend retreat revealed. A big annual loss could result if the bank attempted, for example, to sell many of the long-dated derivative positions that use up a lot of the regulatory capital at its investment bank.

  • Reuters2 years ago

    Deutsche Bank CEO to shy away from "big bang" reform at board summit

    John Cryan, Deutsche Bank's new chief executive, will not present "big bang" reforms when the supervisory board gathers Thursday evening, rather an acceleration of existing plans to shed assets and exit countries. Cryan's ability to launch major reforms is limited by numerous factors, including the costly overhang of outstanding litigation, discussions held by Reuters with several people involved in the weekend retreat revealed. A big annual loss could result if the bank attempted, for example, to sell many of the long-dated derivative positions that use up a lot of the regulatory capital at its investment bank.