|Exchange:||New York Stock Exchange|
|Stock:||Deutsche Bank AG|
|Industry:||Banks - Regional - Europe|
|Deutsche Bank Aktiengesellschaft is a stock corporation organized under the laws of Germany. The Company provides investment banking products and services. It is organized into three group divisions, two of which are further sub-divided into corporate divisions. The Corporate and Investment Bank division comprises of two corporate divisions: Corporate Banking & Securities and Global Transaction Banking; Private Clients and Asset Management division comprise of two corporate divisions: Asset and Wealth Management i.e. AM and Private & Business Clients. Third division is Corporate Investments. The Corporate and Investment Bank Group Division mainly serves large and medium-sized corporations, financial institutions and sovereign, public sector and multinational organizations. The Global Markets Business Division is responsible for origination, sales, structuring and trading activities across a wide range of debt, equity, equity-linked, convertible bond, foreign exchange, commodities, derivatives, money market and prime services products. In the Corporate Banking & Securities Corporate Division the focus of Bank's corporate and institutional coverage bankers and sales teams is on its client relationships. Global Transaction Banking is mainly engaged in the gathering, moving, safeguarding and controlling of assets for its clients throughout the world. The Private Clients and Asset Management Group Division mainly serves retail and small corporate customers as well as affluent and wealthy clients and provides asset management services to retail and institutional clients. The Asset and Wealth Management Corporate Division operates its global asset management and private wealth management businesses. In AM, it markets its retail products in Germany and other Continental European countries, generally through Bank's established internal distribution channels, and Private & Business Clients Corporate Division's distribution channels. The Private & Business Clients Corporate Division established a single business model across Europe with a focused, sales-driven management structure under the Deutsche Bank brand. The Corporate Investments Group Division manages the majority of its alternative assets portfolio and certain other debt and equity positions. Deutsche Bank's organization also includes an infrastructure group into which its centralized its business support areas and its Corporate Center. Corporate Banking & Securities are made up of the business divisions Global Markets and Corporate Finance. It has operations or dealings with existing or potential customers in almost every country in the world. These operations and dealings include: subsidiaries and branches in many countries; representative offices in many other countries; and one or more representatives assigned to serve customers in almost every other country. The Company’s competitors are other commercial banks, savings banks, other public sector banks, brokers and dealers, investment banking firms, insurance companies, investment advisors, mutual funds and hedge funds. It competes with some of its competitors globally and with some others on a regional, product or niche basis. It competes on the basis of a number of factors, including the quality of client relationships, transaction execution, its products and services, innovation, reputation and price. The Company’s operations throughout the world are regulated and supervised by the central banks and regulatory authorities in the jurisdictions in which it operates.|
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