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- In Brief. // American Banker;11/17/1999, Vol. 164 Issue 221, p24
Presents news briefs related to the United States banking sector as of November 17, 1999. The MBNA America Bank NA's appointment of Michelle D. Shepherd as vice chairwoman in charge of advertising; U.S. Bancorp's completion of its acquisition of Western Bancorp; Resignation of real estate...
- No Randgate transaction. // Finance Week;3/15/2002, p13
Presents a reply of the Deutsche Bank to the article published in the March 8, 200 edition of the 'Finance Week' concerning the decline in the rand.
- Deutsche Bank plans to offer U.S. funds. Fraser, Katharine // American Banker;6/12/1997, Vol. 162 Issue 112, p11
Reports on Deutsche Bank's plans to expand into retail investments and private banking in the United States. Offer of the Deutsche Family of Funds Inc. through Federated Investors; Appointment of a chairman for the Deutsche Bank Trust Co.; Oversight in the investment of private client assets.
- Deutsche Renames Legal Entities. Willcox, Kathleen // Investment Management Weekly;4/8/2002, Vol. 15 Issue 14, p3
Reports on the decision of Deutsche Bank to rename its legal entities in the U.S. in April 2002 because businesses are moving to its global brand name.
- Libor litigation looms. // Lawyer (Online Edition);11/15/2013, p9
The article discusses the Libor scandal, wherein banking and financial services company Barclays and Deutsche Bank failed in their attempt to get the Libor aspects dismissed in major financial misrepresentation claims against them.
- DB, Barclays Kick Off $350M Ocwen TL. Kellerhals, Richard // High Yield Report;6/28/2010, Vol. 21 Issue 26, p8
The article reports on syndication to be initiated by Deutsche Bank and Barclays for a term loan worth 350 million U.S. dollars to fund Loan Servicing's acquisition of HomEq Servicing.
- Five banks to pay $5.6 billion fine for Libor manipulation. Warren, Zach // Inside Counsel (SyndiGate Media Inc.);5/20/2015, p1
The article reports on the banks which are required to pay a fine of $5.6 billion fine for manipulating the London interbank offered rate (Libor) which include UBS AG, Barclays PLC and Deutsche Bank AG.
- Deutsche names CEO of U.S. securities unit. Taquinio, J. Alex // American Banker;2/4/1999, Vol. 164 Issue 23, p24
Announces the appointment of Grant Kvalheim as president and chief executive officer of Deutsche Bank's securities subsidiary in the United States. Appointees to the American operation of Deutsche Bank; German bank's operation in Europe.
- In Brief. // American Banker;5/23/2000, Vol. 165 Issue 99, p2
Reports on developments in the banking industry in the United States, as of May 22, 2000. Wells Fargo & Co.'s plans to expand its share of the financial services industry; Appointments of two American investment banking executives at Deutsche Bank AG.