Deutsche Bank

Deutsche Bank is a German bank and one of the world's leading banking groups, with offices in Europe, America, Asia and the Pacific. From 2012 to 2015 it is co-chaired by Juergen Fitschen and Anshu Jain, from 2015 to the beginning of 2018 by the British John Cryan, from April 2018 by Christian Sewing. Sewing's appointment represents the third change in six years at the top of the bank after three consecutive years of losses. Since May 2017 the largest shareholder is a Chinese conglomerate, HNA Group, with a 10% stake in the capital, reduced at the beginning of 2018 to 7.9%.

In 2009, two Italian executives of Deutsche Bank and other managers of UBS banks, JPMorgan Chase and Depfa Bank, were indicted following an investigation into derivatives at the Municipality of Milan on charges of aggravated fraud. After the first degree conviction, on 7 March 2014 the Milan Court of Appeal acquitted the four banks and all the managers because the fact does not exist. On April 23, 2015, Deutsche Bank was fined $2.5 billion for the Libor scandal.