Deutsche Bank - the largest banking concern of Germany. One of the 29 major multinational banks according to the Financial Stability Board.
Deutsche Bank has offices in major financial centers, including London, New York, Singapore, Hong Kong, Tokyo, Paris, Moscow, Sydney, Toronto, Jakarta, Istanbul, Madrid, Dublin, Amsterdam, Warsaw, Mumbai, Kuala Lumpur, San Paulo, Dubai, Riyadh, Bangkok, Karachi, Belgrade, Manila and Georgetown (Cayman Islands).
Deutsche Bank offers financial products and services to corporate and institutional clients along with private and corporate clients. Services include sales, trading, research and the emergence of debt and equity; mergers and acquisitions (M & A); risk management products such as derivatives, corporate finance, wealth management, retail banking, fund management, banking transactions.
Type - Public company
Year of construction - 1870
Location - Frankfurt, Germany
Assets - € 1,611 трлн (2013)
Number of employees - 98 219 (2013)
The headquarters of Deutsche Bank in Frankfurt's banking district
The bank was founded in 1870 and throughout the XX century, developed due to mergers and reception control of other organizations, the largest of which were merged with Disconto-Gesellschaft (1929), under the control of a London investment bank Morgan Grenfell (1992) and New York -yorkskogo Bankers Trust (1999). During the global financial crisis (2007), the Bank operates without government assistance. Among the most important recent acquisitions, Deutsche Bank: purchase insurance company Abbey Life British Lloyds Banking Group (2007), establishing control over the Cologne bank Sal. Oppenheim (2009) and a large proportion of the shares in Deutsche Postbank (2010).
"Deutsche Bank" in Russia does not provide retail banking services to the public, except for services of Private Wealth Management. The Bank focuses mainly on investment banking and commercial services.
Also in Russia is part of the bank's IT, so that "Deutsche Bank" is one of the largest employers in the area of software development (used at the bank, including foreign offices).