“At 9 a.m. last Wednesday, Deutsche Bank co-CEO Jürgen Fitschen was sitting in his office on the executive floor at Deutsche Bank headquarters in Frankfurt. Fitschen, who has led Germany’s largest bank together with Anshu Jain since May, was in a cheerful mood. That, though, was about to change. He didn’t know yet what was happening on the ground floor of the twin, glass towers.
Some 20 police cars were parked in front of the entrance and later, a helicopter circled overhead, according to accounts given by bank employees. Hundreds of government officials crowded into the building while armed police officers secured the lobby.”
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