Crunch year for Deutsche's IB biz as Warren promises growth

Shareholders are losing patience with Deutsche Bank. Rivals are circling. But the firm believes its corporate and investment bank has turned a corner. This year will be critical for its corporate finance business, writes David Rothnie.

  • By David Rothnie
  • 15 Feb 2018

John Cryan, Deutsche's chief executive, wore a smile that was as broad as it was rare at the bank’s annual results presentation. “I’m really enjoying the job,” he insisted. “That hasn’t always been the case but things are a lot better now.”

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