Atlantic shift

21 April 2017 By Neil Unmack

The German lender’s latest U.S. regulatory thwack comes as it asks creditors to swap bail-in bonds for SEC-registered ones with clearer terms. It implicitly tests Berlin’s model for resolving banks. It’s also a reminder of the benefits Deutsche gets from being a global bank.

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