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Bitcoin's market capitalization overtook Deutsche Bank just as of last week, so that shows you how to some extent the world and things are changing. The question that always comes is: Is it a currency? Well that's maybe too limiting – it's much more than that, it's actually a token. It's distributed trust and distributed consensus.feedback
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May 30 2017
In this page you'll find all points of view published about Deutsche Bank. You'll find 97 quotes on this page. You can filter them by date and by a person’s name. You can also see the other popular topics. The 3 people who have been quoted more about Deutsche Bank are: John Cryan, Marcel Fratzscher and Jim Cramer. John Cryan specifically said: “I am pleased with the start we have made to 2017. Client engagement is strong, asset flows are returning across the bank and activity is picking up. Our cost-cutting efforts are starting to pay off, while we have reduced complexity significantly. We have laid firm foundations upon which Deutsche Bank can once again deliver good results.”.
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Ingo Speich

The announced measures are an important signal for the capital market that the bank is now focussing more on its future and its customers after years of dealing with the past. That's to be welcomed, but investors still need more details. In comparison to rivals, Deutsche Bank is poorly capitalised. The legal disputes have cost lots of money and trust.feedback

Aneel Bhusri - Workday

Netsuite was a really good company. All the people that chose NetSuite specifically chose not to be working with Oracle. Oracle is not known for its high levels customer satisfaction. I think it's going to create a great window for us. I think at the high end of the market we're becoming the de facto standard. We have to earn that every day...but there's a reason that Walmart chose us, Amazon chose us, Deutsche Bank.feedback

Marcus Schenck

For a global bank as we are and by the way as many of the American banks, this can represent a challenge. Diversity and John Cryan (the lender's CEO) said in his speech today is a core element for why we think our bank is strong and has talented people and hence we also have to do our best that we can offer these people the diversity but also the ability to work in the different places that the bank is offering. We will keep a strong position in that market (U.S.). People were not happy. We certainly targeted to be better in 2017.feedback

John Cryan - Deutsche Bank

Our results for the year 2016 were heavily impacted by decisive management action taken to improve and modernize the bank, as well as by market turbulence for Deutsche Bank. We proved our resilience in a particularly tough year. We finished 2016 with pleasingly strong capital and liquidity ratios and we are optimistic after a promising start to this year.feedback

John Cryan - Deutsche Bank

The core is really to continue to be this company anchored in Germany with a universal bank there, which is focused on international markets. We've largely withdrawn from Latin America. ... It's that arc from USA through Western Europe and all the way to the Far East.feedback

Loretta E. Lynch - Justice Department

This resolution holds Deutsche Bank accountable for its illegal conduct and irresponsible lending practices, which caused serious and lasting damage to investors and the American public. Deutsche Bank did not merely mislead investors: It contributed directly to an international financial crisis.feedback

Preet Bharara

The government, through this action and settlement, has made Deutsche Bank admit to its actions designed to avoid taxes.feedback

Russ Mould

Because they're very difficult companies to understand and you had the Deutsche Bank flap in the autumn, you've got the ongoing Italian situation, lots of fund managers are still fighting shy of them, but they did brilliantly in the second half of the year.feedback

Ingo Speich

The strategic options open to Deutsche Bank in the U.S.A. are clearly restricted because the profitability of the business will be weakened.feedback

Mike van Dulken - Accendo Markets

(Gains for) Deutsche Bank shares suggests relief at a good result and the affair being closed. Credit Suisse shares flat implies an acceptable deal. Barclays' (fall) indicates some uncertainty about what it eventually ends up paying.feedback

Ewen Cameron Watt - BlackRock

If Deutsche Bank doesn't make it, forget European banks as a whole. I think if you look at Deutsche Bank, what John Cryan (CEO, Deutsche Bank) is doing is trying to lead a very long march back to a sustainable model. They have got through a lot of harder stuff but there are still many mountains ahead.feedback

Amanda Williams - Deutsche Bank

Deutsche Bank is pleased to have resolved these matters. We believe that all concerns described in the settlements, which do not allege intentional wrongdoing or misconduct, have been remediated.feedback

Craig Erlam

We know the Italian banking system is extremely fragile, it's responsible for around one third of the bad loans in the entire euro area region so it's not just a base of what will happen to Deutsche Bank and how can politicians safeguard this. I think there is a domino effect concern here and the worry is if Deutsche Bank fell many would follow.feedback

Jon Peace

We now think it is likely that (Deutsche Bank) will look to raise capital quickly after its DOJ settlement for a number of reasons. These include stabilizing the customer business, satisfying European Central Bank demands for rapid capital action on banks with potential losses plus low corporate profitability and a capital deficit, and reducing political pressure.feedback

Bronka Rzepkowski - Oxford Economics

Any reduction in U.S. investment banking operations by Deutsche Bank should be viewed as a proactive way to reduce the risk on its balance sheet (RWAs) to ease pressure on regulatory capital. This announcement may reflect hard negotiations with the DOJ and the expectations that the 5.5 billion euros may fall short of the eventual fine.feedback

Bronka Rzepkowski - Oxford Economics

The length of negotiations suggests that Deutsche Bank must be struggling to reduce any penalty to an amount that would not jeopardize its solvency position. So it would appear that the fines currently proposed by the U.S. Justice Department still exceed Deutsche's 5.5 billion euros ($6 billion) of litigation reserves.feedback

Alasdair Warren - Deutsche Bank

All clients would like any bank to be out of the headlines … That being said they've been very keen on continuing to work with us, they want to see a strong Deutsche Bank.feedback

Alasdair Warren - Deutsche Bank

It's not a Deutsche Bank issue but across the whole industry, it has to be much broader than just compensation, it's got to be all about the opportunity to develop, the opportunity to really broaden your skills and really be able to take a longer-term view around that, and that's where we've been focusing a lot. Compensation dollars or euros at any bank this year with volumes being down are going to be a challenge.feedback

Mandy Grunwald

Maybe you think the Deutsche Bank speech takes the sting out of the Goldman report – but I am concerned that the passage below will exacerbate not improve the situation.feedback

Larry McDonald - Amazon.com

Ultimately we would not be surprised if some of this earnings growth continues, but that is not the broader story. In terms of share price, these stocks will be a lot more concerned with what is going on in Europe. Once we return to a toxic DB [Deutsche Bank] atmosphere that was prevalent just a few weeks ago, US financials will drop.feedback

Francois Hollande

And yet, they quite shamelessly demand 8 billion from BNP or 5 billion to Deutsche Bank.feedback

Laith Khalaf - Hargreaves Lansdown

The concern is that it could be another Deutsche Bank-style situation where the fines that come in are higher than the market expects. Litigation is a real Sword of Damocles hanging over the bank at the moment and until that is out of the way it is very difficult to see a reason to invest in RBS.feedback

Pascal Boeuf

The reorientation of Deutsche Bank (DE:DBKGn) is without doubt a massive task and will take a lot of time.feedback

Terry Torrison - McLaren

They had a bit of a bounce up last week, but I would still steer clear of Deutsche Bank. They were never going to sort out the U.S. issues that quickly, and whatever happens, I still think they will need to have a rights issue.feedback

Joe Kaeser

Management is pursuing the right goals and has our full support. Deutsche Bank for us is a long-standing and reliable partner.feedback

Juergen Hambrecht

German industry needs a Deutsche Bank to accompany us out into the world.feedback

Jeroen Dijsselbloem

Here comes the American authorities that says 'Oh, you collected new capital, we'll take that out as a fine'. Don't get me wrong. Deutsche (Bank) has been involved in all kinds of scandals. They need to take their sanctions, but they need to be fair and effective and the last thing we want is for fines to threaten financial stability of the European banking sector.feedback

Manish Singh - Crossbridge Capital

I see the (Deutsche Bank) kerfuffle as a macro issue. Macro guys trying to relive 2008. It's not 2008 for the fact that the bank doesn't have liquidity issues, and the fact that in 2008 the capital markets literally shut down as Lehman and Bear Stearns fear ratcheted.feedback

Christine Lagarde - International Monetary Fund

Deutsche Bank, like many other banks, has to look at its business model, which I'm sure it does because it's in the process of selling assets here and there. It has to look at its long-term profitability, given the lower-bound interest rates we have around the world and probably for longer than many expect, and decide what size it wants to have and how it wants to strengthen its whole balance sheet.feedback

Christine Lagarde - International Monetary Fund

A bad settlement is always better than a good trial. We're not in a trial mode clearly in the case of Deutsche Bank but a settlement would certainly be welcome because it would deliver some certainty as to what weight the bank will have to carry and whether it matches with its provisions or not. So the sooner, the better.feedback

Art Hogan

Does energy continue to remain firm? Do we get an answer on any of the biggest questions? And that's Twitter and Deutsche Bank.feedback

Marcel Fratzscher - European Central Bank

The crucial issue will be how big is this settlement? How is the liquidity situation of Deutsche Bank?feedback

Marcel Fratzscher - European Central Bank

There is now a wait and see strategy if Deutsche Bank has any solution that it is bringing cash in so that regulators don't have to worry.feedback

Marcel Fratzscher - European Central Bank

The question is does Deutsche Bank need to raise additional capital? Of course that has to do very much with the size of the settlement with the Department of Justice in the U.S.feedback

Joerg Rocholl

The German government would face stiff opposition if it decided to help Deutsche Bank. I would expect opposition parties to seize on this in a massive way to question the credibility of the government in the run-up to the federal election next year.feedback

Adam Sarhan - Sarhan Capital

Market participants have a way of separating facts and noise. Right now, the fact is that investors have lost confidence in Deutsche Bank.feedback

Jim Wyckoff

Just the better risk appetite in the market this week as Deutsche Bank seems to have stabilized for the moment. We've done some technical damage today near-term to suggest we're going to trade sideways to lower.feedback

Pravit Chintawongvanich - Macro Risk Advisors

What's interesting here is that the options market reacted so strongly to the story of (hedge funds) reducing their credit exposure to (Deutsche Bank), rather than just the stock price going down. The options market 'thinks' the chance of DB stock reaching those low dollar strikes is still high, even after the 14 percent jump in the stock.feedback

Ashish Goyal - Nn

One is, [Deutsche Bank] doesn't have a lot of spare capital. Two, it still holds a very large - among the largest - holdings of Level 3 securities, which a lot of people have doubts about what the true value, true exposure there is.feedback

Bill Keenan

Overall, it (developments around Deutsche Bank) resolved a systematic risk of what the market was worried about in terms of banking and that is being diluted for now.feedback

Juergen Hambrecht

German industry needs a Deutsche Bank that accompanies us throughout the world. We stand with Deutsche Bank.feedback

Jim Cramer

The truth is Deutsche Bank was never in that much danger. So, why was everyone pretending like this company was the German Lehman, code-name for disaster?feedback

Jim Cramer

If this deal falls apart and it turns out that Justice wants more money, I still think Deutsche Bank will be able to find capital, either from another institution, or in the worst case scenario, the German government.feedback

Holger Mertens - Nikko Asset Management

I don't see any over-the-weekend rescue looming for Deutsche Bank. What has to change here is the perception of the bank that is out there.feedback

Adam Sarhan - Sarhan Capital

The fact that investors are buying Deutsche Bank stock is a big vote of confidence from investors.feedback

Mohamed El-Erian - Pimco

Deutsche Bank is not Lehman and does not threaten a 2008-like 'sudden stop' to the global economy.feedback

Ipek Ozkardeskaya

If something happens to a bank as big as Deutsche Bank ... there is systemic risk. But for now, if the negative mood in the market can be managed, it shouldn't lead to anything more serious in the short term.feedback

Michael Buchanan - Western Asset Management

Deutsche Bank is going through some volatility but their leadership in levered finance has been consistent.feedback

Maris Ogg

My guess is the U.S. regulators would (have) called it off if you thought it would really damage Deutsche Bank. You've got to worry about, certainly the U.S. regulators are not going to bring a bank down that's going to jeopardize the system.feedback

Jaret Seiberg

We see little practical or political upside for the Justice Department to press Deutsche Bank for a penalty that is so large that it could destabilize the bank and provoke a new financial crisis.feedback

Thomas Lee

If Deutsche Bank leads to a true ceasing of credit markets and credit access and liquidity then that itself, because of the effect it would have on the underlying economy, it could drive us into a recession and that would be bearish.feedback

Michael McCarthy

There are concerns about the European banking system overall. The real reason to be concerned here is the Italian situation and the plight of Monte dei Paschi and the Deutsche Bank exposure to it.feedback

Oliver Roth

This is not a crisis similar to Lehman [Brothers] because the authorities, the regulators and countries have learned a bank like this cannot default because of its position in the system. Which means that Deutsche Bank is not going to go bankrupt but it has to solve its problems and if the bank cannot do it by itself it must be helped.feedback

Art Hogan

Deutsche Bank sneezing should not cause all of the other financials to catch the flu. The more important point is the uncertainty around the election season. That becomes the clear and present risk. What does it mean to the markets? We're going to assume it's negative either way.feedback

Larry McDonald - Amazon.com

After being there I am literally sitting here with chills coming down my spine because we're in a very similar dynamic. Deutsche Bank is not Lehman in terms of the overall global risk, but the political situation is almost identical.feedback

Jeffrey Gundlach

It's too binary. The market is going to push down Deutsche Bank until there is some recognition of support. They will get assistance, if need be.feedback

Markus Stadlmann - Lloyds Bank

Deutsche still has a very strong franchise, I think John Cryan is a very strong CEO who can turn the ship around. It has a lot of clout in European markets but also in the Middle East, some Asian markets ... it's more of a balance sheet, liquidity, capital issue.feedback

William Jackson - Capital Economics

The European markets may have reassessed and maybe some of the fears about Deutsche Bank have faded. More generally, there is a bit of stabilisation after a volatile few days.feedback

Bill Blain - Mint Partners

Deutsche Bank. It's all about Deutsche Bank – at least that's how it feels. And… maybe it's time to be a cheeky buyer?feedback

Holger Mertens - Nikko Asset Management

For Deutsche Bank as well as all other European Banks, the situation is not a solvency problem or a liquidity problem. It's a problem of profitability.feedback

George Friedman

Everyone's focusing on this as an economic problem. The situation of Deutsche Bank is a political problem. The problem is that to bail out Deutsche Bank is to violate every principle she's spoken of since 2008.feedback

Angela Merkel

I only want to say that Deutsche Bank is a part of the German banking and financial sector. And of course we hope that all companies, also if they face temporary problems, can develop in the right direction. I don't want to comment beyond that.feedback

Tom Stevenson

I don't think we should be surprised that the German government is unwilling to step up to the mark and to bail Deutsche Bank out, to send money essentially to the US on behalf of Deutsche Bank. We have got elections next year in Germany and there are simply no votes in supporting a failing bank.feedback

John Cryan - Deutsche Bank

At no point did I ask the chancellor for support. Neither did I suggest anything like that.feedback

Kim Rupert - Action Economics

A lot of the gains in Treasuries are safe-haven trades. We've had bullish momentum ever since the Federal Reserve decided to maintain its policy stance. Stocks are also looking pretty weak with a lot of concerns about financials with Deutsche Bank.feedback

Michael Golden

Deutsche Bank has no intent to settle these potential civil claims anywhere near the number cited. The negotiations are only just beginning. The bank expects that they will lead to an outcome similar to those of peer banks which have settled at materially lower amounts.feedback

Ingo Frommen - Landesbank Baden-Württemberg

If the final bill is at 5 billion euros or more Deutsche Bank will not be able to avoid a capital hike anymore.feedback

Robert Halver - Baader Bank

Deutsche Bank can't pay $14 billion. It only has 5.5 billion set aside. But I'm sure in the end it won't be that high. Because comparable criminal settlements with other banks have been significantly lower. I reckon about five billion, which is bad enough. But the problem is it's facing other criminal trials, and they will also cost money.feedback

Bill Woodley

The capital adequacy of Deutsche Bank Trust Corporation has never been in doubt. We appreciate the Federal Reserve's recognition of our progress, and we will implement the lessons learned this year in order to strengthen our capital planning process for future CCAR submissions.feedback

Charlie Olivier - Deutsche Bank

The easing of U.S. and EU sanctions against Iran has increased expectations on the banking sector to support companies in their planned lawful business activities with Iran. However, certain EU and U.S. sanctions against Iran and additional non-sanctions related restrictions remain. Therefore, Deutsche Bank continues to generally restrict business connected to Iran.feedback

John Cryan - Deutsche Bank

The beginning of 2016 has seen volatility in the world's financial markets. This has impacted the banking sector. The seasonally strong first quarter might turn out to be challenging for the sector overall. Deutsche Bank is no exception to this. Nonetheless, in this period of market turbulence, Deutsche Bank remains very solid.feedback

Francois Savary - Prime Partners

The rebound in Deutsche Bank is helping to reassure some investors who had been concerned about possible contagion in the banking sector.feedback

Jim Cramer

You know, Deutsche Bank puts out a note saying, listen, don't worry, all good.' Reminds me of JPMorgan saying if you have to say that you're creditworthy then it's already too late.feedback

John Cryan - Deutsche Bank

It feels on the inside that our absolute core business – the backbone of Deutsche Bank – is GTB, global transaction banking – this is not solely focused on Germany.feedback

John Cryan - Deutsche Bank

We do not worry too much about a possible takeover of Deutsche Bank.feedback

Frank Appel - Deutsche Post

Postbank is now in the new and strong hands of Deutsche Bank, a leading company in our country and the world. That means Postbank's future is safe.feedback

Silverio Sica

Father Nunzio had personal money as he had worked for the Vatican Bank for more than 22 years and before being a priest he worked for Deutsche Bank. But a large part of his money, as he told me, came from donations.feedback

Oliver Roth

It's becoming clear that no-one is immune in this financial crisis. Deutsche Bank, which was always one of the bright spots, is now showing weakness, with big, dark storm clouds gathering in the sky over Deutsche Bank.feedback

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