The head of Deutsche Bank AG’s financial-crime-fighting unit and chief AML reporting officer left his his job after just six months.
Wall Street’s independent regulator fined Deutsche Bank Securities Inc. $3.25 million Friday for failing to provide the same information to all users of its off-exchange trading system.… Continue Reading
Deutsche Bank Securities Inc. paid a $6 million fine for failing to provide complete and accurate trade data to FINRA and the SEC.
It was the biggest fine the Wall Street regulator has imposed for so-called blue sheet violations.… Continue Reading
A former Deutsche Bank salesman who described systematic bribery in the sale of bank services to pension funds was given a suspended prison sentence Wednesday by a Tokyo judge.
Shigeru Echigo received a 10-month prison sentence, suspended for three years.… Continue Reading
Shigeru Echigo, a former salesman at Deutsche Bank in Tokyo, has admitted to bribery charges, but he says he was only following orders from his superiors.