Deutsche bank

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Deutsche bank

  1. 1. Background Global World’ largest Founded in Financial foreign 1870 Company exchange dealer Best debt bank 100,000+ in western Employees Europe 20111 Presence in 75 Largest German countries bank by asset1 : http://www.gfmag.com/tools/best-banks/11097-worlds-best-investment-banks-2011.html#axzz1Sln9AFgC
  2. 2. History - India 1896, First 2003, Started branch in India Private Wealth at Kolkata Management 1914, Kolkata 2005, Launched Branch closed PBC activities due to WWI in India 2006, Launched 1980, Re- Credit Cards in entered India India 1990, 2008, Launched Established DB RREEF in India Finance India
  3. 3. Milestones Morgan, Berkshire Grenfell & Mortgage Company, 1990 Finance, 2004 Bankers Trust, Chapel 1998 Funding, 2006 Scudder Investments, MortgageIT , 20 2001 07 Sal. RREEF, 2002 Oppenheim, 2010
  4. 4. GovernanceThe Management Board is responsible for managing the company. Dr. Josef Ackermann, Chairman, Management Board Dr. Hugo Banziger, Mr. Stefen Krause, Chief Risk Officer CFO Mr. Jurgen Fitschen, Mr. Hermann Lamberti, Head, Regional COO Management Worldwide Mr. Anshu Jain, Mr. Rainer Neske, Head, Head, Corporate & Private & Business Investment Bank Client
  5. 5. Products and Services Business Divisions. Deutsche Bank Corporate and Private Clients Investment and Asset Bank(CIB) Management Corporate Global Asset and Private & Banking & Transaction Wealth Business Securities Banking Management Clients
  6. 6. Products & Services cont... I. Corporate and Investment Bank or CIB. • Responsible for Deutsche Bank’s Capital Market Business. • Sales and trading of debt, equity & securities. • Corporate Advisory. • Corporate Lending. • Transaction Banking. Clients • Institutions both public and private. • Sovereign states. • Medium-sized to large MNCs
  7. 7. Products & Services cont... Corporate Banking & Securities • It is further sub-divided in to two divisions Markets and Corporate Finance. • Markets – • Selling & trading of financial market products. • Equity & equity-linked products. • Government & corporate bonds. • Foreign exchange. • Commodities. • Corporate Finance – • Mergers & Acquisitions (M&A) • Restructuring advisory. • Debt and equity issuance.
  8. 8. Products & Services cont... Global Transaction Banking (GTB) • It covers Cash Management, Trade Finance and Trust & Securities Services. • Cash Management and Trade Finance– • Management and processing of domestic and cross-border payments. • Risk mitigation for international trade. • Liquidity management. • Financial supply chain management. • Trust & Securities Services– • Asset and mortgage backed securities. • Management and administration of tax-neutral and tax-advantage structures. • Administration for hedge funds.
  9. 9. Products & Services cont... II. Private Clients and Asset Management (PCAM) • Investment management business for both private and institutional clients. • Traditional banking activities for private individuals and small and medium-sized businesses. PCAM Asset and Private & Wealth Business Management Clients Private Asset Wealth Management Management
  10. 10. Products & Services cont... Asset Management • It comprises four major businesses. 1. Retail 2. Institutional 3. Insurance 4. Alternatives - RREEF RREEF • It consists of three businesses. 1. Real Estate. 2. Infrastructure. 3. Private Equity.
  11. 11. Products & Services cont... Private Wealth Management (PWM) • It serves high net worth individuals and families. • Wealth Management Services. • Inheritance planning. • Philanthropic advisory services. Private & Business Clients (PBC) • Full range of traditional banking products. • Payment & Current Account • Retirement pension plans. • Mutual funds & securities. • Loan to individuals private clients
  12. 12. Diversification Investment Asset Banking Management Commercial Wealth Banking Management Retail Securities & Banking Equity Market Private Banking
  13. 13. Share Capital 1870, Shares were Shares Issued : 929.5 traded for the first m (approx) time. Listed on Frankfurt Market Capitalisation Stock Exchange, : EUR 37.9 bn (FWB) Listed on New York Stock Exchange, (NYSE)
  14. 14. Share Capital cont... Shareholder Structure
  15. 15. Profitability Deutsche Bank reports first quarter 20111 Net income of Total assets EUR 2.1 billion EUR 1,843 billion Earning per share Net Revenues EUR 2.13 EUR 10.5 billion1. http://www.db.com/ir/en/content/ir_releases_2011_3507.htm
  16. 16. Profitability cont... Deutsche Bank - Annual Report 20101 The Group at a Glance 2010 2009 Share price at period-end 39.10 44.98 Share price high 55.11 53.05 Share price low 35.93 14.00 Basic earnings per share 3.07 7.21 Average shares outstanding, in m. 753 689 Return on average shareholders’ equity (post-tax) 55.00% 146.00% Cost/income ratio 816.00% 720.00% in € m. in € m. Total net revenues 28,567 27,952 Provision for credit losses 1,274 2,630 Total noninterest expenses 23,318 20,120 Income (loss) before income taxes 3,975 5,202 Net income (loss) 2,330 4,958 Dec 31, 2010 Dec 31, 2009 in € bn. in € bn. Total assets 1,906 1,501 Shareholders’ equity 48.8 36.6 Core Tier 1 capital ratio 87.00% 87.00% Tier 1 capital ratio 123.00% 126.00%1. http://www.db.com/ir/en/content/ir_releases_2011_3507.htm
  17. 17. Future Plans • Improve the performance of its retail banking in Germany. •Focus on client driven “flow” business. • Reduce its reliance on investment banking. • Trading in currencies, commodities and bonds. • Expansion in developing markets like India, China and Middle East.
  18. 18. Thank You

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