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MessagePosté le: Sam 13 Avr - 09:47 (2013)    Sujet du message: Deutsche Bank : Un gros besoin de transparence Répondre en citant

justice samedi13 avril 2013
Deutsche Bank reste engluée dans les scandales et les procès
Les successeurs de Josef Ackermann n’arrivent pas à redorer le blason de la banque. Les petits porteurs sont excédés


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War Crimes of the Deutsche Bank and the Dresdner Bank: Office of the Military Government (U.S.) Reports [Hardcover] Christopher Simpson (Author)
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In November 1946, US Government financial experts inside former Nazi Germany concluded that Germany's most powerful banks must be liquidated if lasting peace was to be achieved. The giant Deutsche and Dredener Banks had completely intertwined themselves with the Nazi regime and were directly responsible for the systematic theft of Jewish property, slave labour, and financing the construction of SS concentration camps. As the Americans in the Finance Division of the Office of Military Government (US) -- OMGUS -- saw things at the time, the bank leaders should be tried as war criminals and barred from ever holding any positions of importance in German political or economic life. However, these recommendations were never implemented. In fact, many of the officials of the Deutsche Bank went on to be some of the most important figures in German economic development in the postwar period. The Deutsche Bank secretly retained almost a ton of gold taken from the dead at concentration camps; the Dresdener Bank re-emerged as a multinational financial giant. Meanwhile, the US Government buried the 500+ page report of its financial experts in classified files, where they gathered dust for decades. Today, the Deutsche Bank is the largest financial institution in the world and the Dresdener Bank is not far behind.
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If you have a career in banking or bank fraud, this is a very interesting book and highly detailed. The author must've known it was going to be expensive. It talks about the different types of banks within the scope of World War 2 and the influence it had over the occupied nations-from a macro standpoint. It also mentions the major players and their involvement. Now for the bad news! The author makes a lot of claims about these two German banks BUT, he rarely, if ever, provides any background on HOW they did it. German banks collaborated with expropriation of foreign industries, etc. Really? How? When? What happened? Nope, you just get a paragraph on this. . . next paragraph. . . and so on. There's a paragraph on the "Keppler Circle." What? There's more to this organization than just one paragraph. I think the author needs to write a sequel which details what happened. Otherwise, it's almost as if he was told "not to." I guess if you want a very good overview this is the definitive book. For details on incidences which discuss what happened-forget it. Had he elaborated, it would've been a five. It gets four stars for intense research on the MAIN TOPICS. One final note, if you don't know "bank jargon" you'll get lost after the third page.


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©Bloomberg From COMPANIES 3:21pm BaFin to tell Deutsche to improve controls German regulator to call on bank to amend potential deficiencies


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Deutsche Bank to Post Q4 Net Loss of $1.35 Billion 8 minutes ago


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« Enquête : rien ne va plus pour la Deutsche Bank ! »

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• Enquête : rien ne va plus pour la Deutsche Bank ! - Charles Sannat


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http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2013-07-11/deutsche-bank-opaque-loans-from-br…


Deutsche Bank Opaque Loans From Brazil to Italy Hide Risk By Elisa Martinuzzi and Vernon Silver Jul 11, 2013 5:01 AM GMT+0200


Deutsche Bank AG (DBK), perennially among the top three in global credit markets, made billions of dollars of loans to banks worldwide since 2008 and accounted for them in a way that obscured their continuing risk to investors.
Germany’s largest bank managed to lend to firms from Brazil to Italy while making the transactions disappear from its balance sheet, even though it still is owed the money, according to four people with knowledge of the practice and internal documents provided to Bloomberg News.
Deals totaling 2.5 billion euros ($3.3 billion) involving Italy’s Banca Monte dei Paschi di Siena SpA and Banco do Brasil SA reveal a technique that obscured Deutsche Bank’s lending reach when it sent cash to the banks, the documents show. The company had talks about a similar loan to Dexia SA (DEXB) weeks before that firm was rescued, according to the documents, and it used the same accounting for other deals through 2011, two of the people with knowledge of the transactions said.
“We should be very concerned about the opacity and complexity of these transactions,” said Joshua Rosner, an analyst at research firm Graham Fisher & Co. in New York who warned in early 2007 that securities linked to subprime loans posed risks to the economy.
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Traffic passes the illuminated headquarters of Deutsche Bank AG in Frankfurt. Deutsche... Read More


The loans are among 395.5 billion euros in assets that Deutsche Bank excludes from its balance sheet by offsetting them with equivalent liabilities, according to a person with direct knowledge of the practice. Deutsche Bank disclosed the amount for the first time in April under new international financial reporting standards. The total represents 19 percent of the company’s reported assets of 2.03 trillion euros.


‘Intended Spirit’

Kathryn Hanes, a spokeswoman for Deutsche Bank, said the Frankfurt-based lender follows accounting rules “meticulously, conservatively and taking into account their intended spirit” and started reporting “these positions on a gross basis for even greater transparency.” She said the amount of any offset loans is “immaterial to our balance sheet and key ratios.”
Thomas Blees, a spokesman in Berlin for KPMG, which has audited the lender since 1990, declined to comment.
Deutsche Bank’s accounting for the loans, described in documents for some deals as “enhanced” repos, reduces reported lending as co-Chief Executive Officers Anshu Jain and Juergen Fitschen seek to convince investors the company has enough capital compared with assets to cushion against losses.
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Deutsche Bank has ranked among the top three underwriters of international bonds,... Read More

‘Market Risk’

The bank profited from arranging side trades around the loans, including selling credit-default protection on government bonds later battered by Europe’s sovereign-debt crisis, according to documents describing the Monte Paschi and Banco do Brasil deals and three people with knowledge of the transactions who asked not to be identified because the loans are private.
The loan documents and other published information don’t show how the lender’s bets fared or whether regulators were aware of the accounting.
“They’re running a market risk,” said Theodore Krintas, managing director of Athens-based Attica Wealth Management, which oversees 100 million euros, including Deutsche Bank stock. “From an investor point of view, I’d like very much to know.”
Documents about the Monte Paschi and Banco do Brasil loans describing completed deals show they were structured to allow for the offsetting, or netting, of assets against liabilities. Deutsche Bank sought to use similar accounting for a 2009 loan to Verona, Italy-based Banco Popolare SC (BP), which like Monte Paschi was later bailed out, according to an internal Deutsche Bank e-mail and a person with knowledge of the deal.
Increased Netting
Deutsche Bank also had long-term repo deals with three other lenders -- National Bank of Greece SA (ETE), Athens-based Hellenic Postbank SA (TT) and Qatar’s Al Khaliji -- according to four people with direct knowledge of the financings. The transactions involved netting, according to one of the people, who was briefed on how Deutsche Bank accounted for them. No documents about the three loans were made available to Bloomberg News.
By the third quarter of 2009, the amount of netting was expanding at a pace that led at least two senior executives to express concern that the bank’s assets would increase if they could no longer offset the loans, the person said.
Deutsche Bank’s Hanes said in a written response to questions about all six deals that “the information is inaccurate” and “includes references to purported transactions that never occurred, and in respect of companies for which we have never structured enhanced repurchase transactions.”
She wouldn’t specify what information might be in error or dispute specific deals.
“We do not comment on client transactions,” Hanes said.



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