Source:Economic Times - By: Nicholas Comfort FRANKFURT: Anshu Jain won the job of Deutsche Bank co-chief executive officer after leading its investment bank to record profit. Two years later, that rainmaker role is coming back to haunt him. At the heart of the challenge for the one-time derivatives
10.10 AM Mar 27th
Source:Economic Times - FRANKFURT: Deutsche Bank, Germany`s largest lender, is considering possibly replacing co-chief executive Anshu Jain if he is implicated in an ongoing probe into currency manipulation, according to a magazine report Wednesday. Without revealing its sources, the monthly
3.08 PM Feb 20th
Source:FirstPost - Deutsche Bank has concluded co-Chief Executive Anshu Jain is clean after an internal investigation into the role of the bank into the manipulation of global interest rates, German newspaper Frankfurter Allgemeine Sonntagszeitung reported.Citing supervisory board sources
10.15 AM Jan 27th
Source:DomainB - Heads of some of the world`s biggest banks have warned of global financial catastrophe as the US Senate failed to break an impasse and arrive at consensus on measures to avoid a possible government default on its huge debt. Deutsche Bank co-chief executive Anshu Jain, JPMorgan
4.49 PM Oct 14th 2013
Source:FirstPost - Three of the world`s most powerful bankers warned of terrible consequences if the United States defaults on its debt, with Deutsche Bank chief executive Anshu Jain claiming default would be "utterly catastrophic.""This would be a very rapidly spreading, fatal
2.15 PM Oct 13th 2013
WASHINGTON: Three of the world`s most powerful bankers warned of terrible consequences if the United States defaults on its debt, with Deutsche Bank chief executive Anshu Jain claiming default would be "utterly catastrophic." "This would be a very rapidly spreading, fatal disease," Jain said
11.14 AM Oct 13th 2013
Source:Financial Express - Davos: Indian-origin eminent banker Anshu Jain today said the world has become over-reliant on central bankers and it is time political leaders and industrialists do their bit to improve the global monetary situation.
11.18 AM Jan 29th 2013
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