Deutsche Bank (NYSE:DB) announced that it wishes to take advantage from Swiss opponent’s UBS’s retreat, as its investment bank gave historic third-quarter revenue and assisted increase group profit by 20 percent.
Germany’s biggest bank hiked its job loss level by almost 100 to 1,993 staff, part of an broad industry cutback as banks slice costs in an attempt to hike returns as harder regulations lowered margins.
But Deutsche Bank also reported on Tuesday that it would try to wipe up business from UBS which is eliminating 10,000 bankers and shutting down its fixed-income processes, a field of strength for the Frankfurt-located bank.
For Deutsche Bank, return from sales and trading of debt products, like bonds and derivatives, increased 67 percent, an historic level for the 3Q.
That assisted Deutsche’s Corporate Banking and Securities division, the hub of its investment bank to deliver 662 million euros of the bank’s overall 1.13 billion euros in pretax profit.
Deutsche Bank AG is a Germany-located global investment lender. The Company diversifies its processes into three group units: Corporate & Investment Bank (CIB); Private Clients and Asset Management (PCAM), and Corporate Investments (CI).
The Corporate & Investment Bank group division consists of corporate banking and securities activities and is split into Corporate Banking & Securities (CB&S), consisting of Markets and Corporate Finance businesses, and Global Transaction Banking (GTB) corporate divisions. The Private Clients and Asset Management group unit comprises asset management, private wealth management and private, and business client activities.
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