Monday, September 26, 2016

Deutsche Bank does not need the help of Berlin to deal with the US justice – Jornal de Negócios – Portugal

The president of the bank, John Cryan, “you have not requested the intervention of the German Government in the case that was brought by the Justice Department of the United States,” said official source at Deutsche Bank, told Reuters, a day on which the shares of the bank have reached historic lows as investors question the viability of the bank.

The Focus magazine advanced this weekend that the German chancellor had a meeting with the CEO of the German bank, in the Summer, with Angela Merkel has given account of the John Cryan that Berlin would not intervene in the legal dispute between Deutsche Bank and the United States.


No comments:

Post a Comment