Deutsche Bank

Money-laundering report alleges banks profited by aiding criminals

09/20/20

A new investigation by the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists says JPMorgan Chase, Deutsche Bank and several other global institutions kept moving illicit funds after receiving warnings from U.S. officials.

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Fed publishes big-bank capital requirements tied to stress test buffer

08/10/20

Under a rule issued in March, banks will build an additional capital cushion that is determined by their performance in the annual tests.

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As mortgage woes return, lessons from last crisis come to light

07/10/20

A subprime-related settlement between the government and Deutsche Bank provided meaningful benefits to some U.S. consumers in need, according to a new report. But the author acknowledged that those gains could prove illusory for some consumers given the coronavirus crisis.

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JPMorgan dropped accounts that became bad news for Deutsche Bank

07/09/20

The trio of clients that got Deutsche Bank in regulatory trouble this week had a shared back story: They were all castoffs of JPMorgan Chase.

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Deutsche Bank fined for Epstein dealings; FICO unveils 'Resilience Index'

07/08/20

The German bank agreed to pay $150 million to New York State for its dealings with Jeffrey Epstein; the new tool will help lenders determine which borrowers are in the best shape to weather a crisis.

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German giants tell divergent stories; European banks' U.S. units under pressure

07/06/20

Deutsche Bank says it’s on track to meet its financial targets while Commerzbank's top two executives resign; recent Fed stress test results show Euro banks' poor performance in U.S continues.

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Fannie, Freddie hire advisers to help raise capital; Deutsche leads the pack

06/16/20

Fannie Mae has chosen Morgan Stanley while Freddie Mac is going with JPMorgan Chase; the bank’s overhaul plan has helped make it the best performing big-bank stock so far this year.

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Fed tweaks Main Street Lending Program; bank offices' post-pandemic look

06/09/20

The changes are meant to make the program more attractive for both business borrowers and the banks that make the loans; as workers trickle back to offices on Wall Street, they'll see a different landscape due to coronavirus concerns.

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Deutsche probed on Epstein dealings; Wells drops independent auto dealers

06/03/20

New York State regulators may bring an enforcement action against the German bank as early as this month; Wells Fargo’s decision to stop making loans to the dealers has more to do with credit quality than asset limits.

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Santander reaches auto loan settlement; OCC’s Otting to Step down

05/20/20

One of the biggest subprime auto lenders agreed to pay $550 million to settle predatory lending charges; the bank regulator has largely completed his goal of overhauling the Community Reinvestment Act.

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