A view from GERMANY

Dzinkowski, Ramona
July 2002
Financial Executive;Jul/Aug2002, Vol. 18 Issue 5, p20
Academic Journal
The interview is with Deutsche Bank AG chief financial officer Clemens Boersig who focuses on the financial services sector. He talks about the bank's listing on the New York Stock Exchange, global accounting standards, the impact of Enron Corp.'s collapse on accounting practices in Europe, a capital gains tax advantage for German companies, accounting for lines of business and share-based compensation, and ethical management.


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