Deutsche Bank is a financial service provider delivering commercial, investment, private, and retail banking. The Company offers debt, foreign exchange, derivatives, commodities, money markets, repo and securitization, cash equities, research, equity prime services, loans, convertibles, advice on M&A and IPO's, trade finance, retail banking, asset management, and corporate investments.

Type
Public
HQ
Frankfurt am Main, DE
Founded
1870
Size (employees)
97,535 (est)-2%
Website
db.com
Deutsche Bank was founded in 1870 and is headquartered in Frankfurt am Main, DE
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Key People/Management at Deutsche Bank

Christian Sewing

Christian Sewing

CEO
Garth Ritchie

Garth Ritchie

President – Head of Corporate & Investment Bank
Karl von Rohr

Karl von Rohr

President – Chief Administrative Officer
Stuart Lewis

Stuart Lewis

Chief Risk Officer
Sylvie Matherat

Sylvie Matherat

Chief Regulatory Officer
James von Moltke

James von Moltke

CFO
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Deutsche Bank Office Locations

Deutsche Bank has an office in Frankfurt am Main
Frankfurt am Main, DE (HQ)
12 Taunusanlage
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Deutsche Bank Financials and Metrics

Deutsche Bank Revenue

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Deutsche Bank's revenue was reported to be €25.92 b in FY, 2017 which is a 9.5% decrease from the previous period.
EUR

Revenue (FY, 2017)

25.9 b

Revenue growth (FY, 2016 - FY, 2017), %

(9.5%)

Gross profit (FY, 2017)

13.7 b

Gross profit margin (FY, 2017), %

52.7%

Net income (FY, 2017)

(735 m)

EBIT (FY, 2017)

1.2 b

Market capitalization (3-Aug-2018)

25.7 b

Closing stock price (3-Aug-2018)

12.5

Cash (31-Dec-2017)

225.7 b

EV

(21.8 b)
Deutsche Bank's current market capitalization is $25.7 b.
EURFY, 2015FY, 2016FY, 2017

Revenue

33.6 b28.6 b25.9 b

Revenue growth, %

4%(15%)(9%)

Cost of goods sold

10.1 b11.9 b12.3 b

Gross profit

23.5 b16.8 b13.7 b
EURFY, 2016FY, 2017

Cash

181.4 b225.7 b

PP&E

2.8 b2.7 b

Goodwill

12 b11.2 b

Total Assets

1.6 t1.5 t
EURFY, 2015FY, 2016FY, 2017

Net Income

(6.8 b)(1.4 b)(735 m)

Depreciation and Amortization

8.9 b3.7 b2.2 b

Cash From Operating Activities

67.3 b70.6 b39.6 b

Cash From Investing Activities

(8.2 b)11.2 b2.4 b
EURY, 2017

EV/EBIT

-17.7 x

EV/CFO

-0.6 x

Revenue/Employee

265.8 k

Debt/Equity

2.6 x

Debt/Assets

0.1 x

Financial Leverage

21.7 x
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Deutsche Bank Operating Metrics

Deutsche Bank's Total Loans was reported to be €401.7b in FY, 2017. Deutsche Bank's Total Deposits was reported to be €550.2b in FY, 2017.
Q2, 2016FY, 2016FY, 2017

App Downloads

1.80 m2.70 m

Bank Branches (Germany)

1.56 k

Total Deposits

€580.81 b€550.20 b

Total Loans

€408.91 b€401.70 b
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Deutsche Bank Revenue Breakdown

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Deutsche Bank revenue breakdown by business segment: 9.4% from Deutsche Asset & Wealth Management, 37.8% from Private & Business Clients and 52.8% from Corporate Banking & Securities

Deutsche Bank revenue breakdown by geographic segment: 14.0% from Rest of Europe, Middle East and Africa, 12.1% from Asia/Pacific, 15.9% from UK, 36.1% from Germany and 21.8% from Americas

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Deutsche Bank Online and Social Media Presence

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Deutsche Bank News and Updates

Deutsche Bank's co-head of high-yield trading has left the German lender as trader departures continue

James Nessel, Deutsche Bank's co-head of high yield trading, is leaving the German lender.  Nessel joined Deutsche two years ago from Citigroup.  It's the latest in a series of trader departures from Deutsche Bank.  James Nessel, hired as Deutsche Bank's co-head of high-yield trading two years a…

Deutsche Bank's McMurdo Says Asia Cuts Are `Largely Completed'

Deutsche Bank's McMurdo Says Asia Cuts Are `Largely Completed'

Deutsche Bank Has One Area Where CEO Sees Limitless Growth

Rich Asians Give Deutsche Crazy Growth Potential, Says CEO

The List of Perks at Deutsche Bank Is Shrinking Fast

Not even fruit bowls are safe.

Deutsche Bank's Lee Leaving Amid Southeast Asia Departures

Deutsche Bank's Lee Leaving Amid Southeast Asia Departures

Tech stocks should still be a portfolio favorite, despite recent weakness: Deutsche Bank

With the recent steep losses in tech stocks, investors might want to steer clear of them. But Deutsche Bank said it still believes in this sector, declaring that the recent weakness has not shaken its confidence.
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Deutsche Bank Company Life and Culture

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