Profile: Deutsche Bank AG (DB.N)
Deutsche Bank AG is a global investment bank. The Bank is engaged in providing commercial and investment banking, retail banking, transaction banking and asset and wealth management products and services to corporations, governments, institutional investors, small and medium-sized businesses, and private individuals. It operates through four business divisions: Global Markets (GM); Corporate & Investment Banking (CIB); Deutsche Asset Management; Private, Wealth & Commercial Clients (PW&CC). The Bank operates in in over 70 countries with approximately 2,790 branches across the world.
Global Markets (GM)
With a diversified business across the debt and equity markets, GM is engaged in providing clients with access to liquidity and customized solutions across a range of markets, products and regions. Its products and services include Debt, Global Equities, Autobahn and Global Markets Research. The Bank's Debt business includes foreign exchange business, rates business, global credit trading business and emerging markets business. The Bank's Global Equities business is a provider of equity and equity-linked products to institutional, corporate and retail clients across the world. The Global Equities business includes three product lines: Equity Trading, Equity Derivatives and Global Prime Finance. Global Equity Trading provides access to a global network of electronic and high-touch services. Global Equity Derivatives is a provider of investment products and hedging solutions to institutional, retail and corporate clients. The Global Prime Finance platform provides multi-asset class financing, prime brokerage and clearing solutions.
Corporate & Investment Banking (CIB)
The CIB division brings together the Bank's commercial banking, corporate finance and transaction banking. CIB division is formed of the Bank's Corporate Finance and Global Transaction Banking (GTB) businesses. CIB advises on the multiple concerns of corporate and institutional clients, which include cash management, merger and acquisition (M&A) advisory, trade guarantee, initial public offerings (IPOs), domestic custody and risk management. The Bank's Corporate finance is responsible for M&A, as well as debt and equity advisory and origination. GTB provides commercial banking products and services for both corporate clients and financial institutions across the world, including domestic and cross-border payments, risk management and financing of international trade, as well as trust, agency, depositary, custody and related services. GTB comprises cash management, trade finance and securities services.
The Bank's corporate finance business provides a range of investment banking products and services for large-cap and mid-cap corporates, financial institutions, governments, government agencies, hedge funds and financial sponsors. Securities Services, comprising Investor Services and Issuer Services, as well as product sales and coverage, provides trust, agency, depositary, custody and related services on a range of securities and financial structures. Cash Management offers a range of services to both corporates and financial institutions that meet the complexities of global, regional and domestic cash management needs. Institutional clients are provided a range of cross currency and clearing services across the world. Cash Management services for corporate customers include bulk payments, cheques, cross-currency transactions, single payments and receipts, liquidity management and working capital solutions.
Deutsche Asset Management
Deutsche Asset Management is an investment management organization. Deutsche Asset Management offers individuals and institutions traditional and alternative investments across all asset classes. The Bank's products range from pooled funds to customized portfolios for a range of investors. They include active and passive funds, institutional mandates and structured products. Deutsche Asset Management's Cash & Liquidity Management provides a suite of cash and near-cash solutions.
Private, Wealth & Commercial Clients (PW&CC)
The Bank's PW&CC division combines its private and commercial banking, and wealth management in a corporate division. The Bank provides wealth management in various regions, such as the Americas, Asia-Pacific, Germany and Europe. Its wealth management services in Asia-Pacific region include investment management, lending and credit solutions, wealth planning, external asset managers and reference tools. The wealth management services in its Americas region includes lending, wealth transfer planning and fiduciary services, global custody solutions, banking services, and institutional and corporate finance services.
The Bank's Private & Commercial Clients International (PCC) Corporate Division provides banking and other financial services to private, commercial and corporate clients in Europe and Asia. PCC operates in European markets, including Italy, Spain, Belgium, Portugal and Poland, as well as in Asia, which includes India. The Bank has approximately 700 branches in Germany. It offers a range of products and services, comprising investment advisory and brokerage services, lending and consumer finance, current accounts, deposits, payment facilities and business banking. The Bank, through Deutsche Bank S.p.A., has over 370 branches in Italy. In Poland, the Bank, through DB Polska SA., has approximately 150 branches. The Bank has over 50 branches and approximately 20 financial agencies in Portugal. The Bank, through Deutsche Bank S.A.E., has over 250 branches in Spain. The Bank’s PCC division in India offers a range of banking products and services, including everyday banking with savings and current accounts, investments and insurance, fixed deposits and loans for individuals and business customers. It serves customers through approximately 20 branches in the cities of Ahmedabad, Aurangabad, Bangalore, Chennai, Gurgaon, Kolhapur, Kolkata, Mumbai, New Delhi, Noida, Pune, Salem, Surat, Vellore, Ludhiana and Moradabad.
Deutsche Bank AG
Frankfurt Am Main 60325
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