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The Mirror Crack’d

31 January 2017 By Dominic Elliott

The German lender will pay only $630 mln to U.S. and UK regulators for failing to stop suspect Russian trades. Being deemed merely negligent means Deutsche Bank’s weak solvency gets a leg up. But its litany of catastrophic systems errors will only cement a tarnished reputation.

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