Some 500 German police officers have raided the headquarters of the Deutsche Bank in Frankfurt, arresting five employees. Officials say staff are suspected of involvement in tax evasion and money laundering.
Deutsche Bank has been hit with a record fine for rigging interest rates, but considers its executives exonerated. But can someone who apparently never has any knowledge of anything lead a bank, asks DW's Rolf Wenkel.
The words Greece and 'bankruptcy' seem to go hand in hand these days. 'Grexit' as far as the eye can see. But is Athens really about to go belly up, and is an exit from the eurozone really the only way out?
Deutsche Bank plans to consolidate in order to grow its earnings. DW's Henrik Böhme says the new plan - a long-delayed response to the great financial crisis - is no guarantee of future success.
Germany's biggest commercial lender, Deutsche Bank, earned more than expected in 2014. Its net profit rose due to lower legal costs and better investment banking results.