Skip to main content


May 1, 2013

Fears Remain After Deutsche Bank's Cash Haul

“Deutsche Bank AG’s surprise €2.96 billion ($3.88 billion) capital raising on Monday bumped a measure of its health over an important regulatory threshold. But a big question remains: Is it enough?

“Investors applauded the decision, pushing shares up 6.1% in trading Tuesday on the back of strong quarterly earnings and the increase in capital, which allowed the bank to meet regulatory targets well beyond of market expectations.

“Deutsche Bank’s stock has risen about 20% since Jürgen Fitschen and Anshu Jain took over in June as co-chief executives. But they have struggled to overcome a series of legal setbacks and doubts about the bank’s stability.

“Despite the rally, some worry that Deutsche’s capital-light U.S. business and a cloudy profit outlook mean that Germany’s biggest bank might need more capital soon.”


Read full Wall Street Journal article here

In the News


For media inquiries, please contact us at or 202-618-6433.

Contact Us

For media inquiries, please contact or 202-618-6433.

To sign up for our email newsletter, please visit this page.

This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.

Sign Up — Stay Informed With Our Monthly Newsletter

"* (Required)" indicates required fields

This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.

For media inquiries,

please contact or 202-618-6433.


Help us fight for the public interest in our financial markets, protecting Main Street from Wall Street and avoiding another costly financial collapse and economic crisis, by making a donation today.

Donate Today